Between the Lakes Bed and Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Between the Lakes Bed and Breakfast Interlochen
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Bah humbug! Did not feel like leaving the cabin and was sulking. We were planning to get up early to get going - but as usual things do not go according to plan. It's hard to be efficient when you have a view of trees and a lake and our mocking jay pair visiting to say hello. Plus it was still dark at 7am. We eventually got our act together and got out of the cabin - we were both dragging ...
... job at the Sun!) The State is the jewel in the crown, meticulously restored and run with much love.
Volunteers work year round to keep the cinemas running, so a lean staff of the manager, Kristen, who showed me around and chatted, and Jim, the projectionist, who is also an accomplished ...
... day. We had no reservations after Zion, but figured Salt Lake City is a big place and we'd be able to find something easily enough. Who'd a thought Comic Con would be in Salt Lake City? Fortune smiled as we met a woman at the tourist office who owns breweries & restaurants in Ogden and Layton & she routed us to the newly gentrified 25th street area there where we spent two delightful days sampling local ...
... log cabin in the forest. So peaceful. The smell of the trees and the sounds of crickets and tree frogs (I never realized that it was tree frogs) was just so relaxing. Carol and Roger built the house themselves by hand and even removed the bark off the trees themselves. It reminds me of my friend Andrew's cabin in Norway. I loved the vegetable patch - so many vegetables, herbs and lots of other things. I kept sniffing ...
... are bipolar, and the other has a rare psychological disorder. Deacon won’t let any of us enter his old, 2-story farmhouse. He is a devout Jehovah Witness elder, and rarely has contact with our family. The last time I saw Deacon was at Mom’s funeral on May 5, 2012. He weighs ~400 pounds, and has arthritis in every joint. He can barely walk. He told us that the doctors couldn’t do anything for him, so he will soon be a total ...