Spring House Inn

Address: 303 N. Mineral Springs Road, Porter, Indiana, 46304, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 303 N. Mineral Springs Road, Porter, is near Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Coffee Creek Watershed Conservancy Preserve, Lustron House, and East Branch.
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    Travel Blogs from Porter

    Grandma's Big Adventure to a new city: CHICAGO

    A travel blog entry by sonya.com on Aug 28, 2013

    4 comments

    Hi Guys, This is grandma, I'm writing to you so we can share my BIG ADVENTURE to Chicago,tomorrow,Grandpa and I will start our drive it will take us almost 13 hours (hope we can get along that long I'm starting to sing 100 bottles of beer on the wall) You can follow our route on Google maps. I was trying to write to you at least every day ...

    Final thoughts

    A travel blog entry by walter2013 on Mar 11, 2013

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    ... cliches we've heard a hundred times, but a trip like this put it all into a realistic perspective. The cliches are all true!

    It took Laura over a week to start feeling normal again. It could be the fact that it took an extra week after we returned to finish our Malaria medicine. A clear body might have helped clear our minds. But all these feelings of wanting to immediately go back to Kenya are still there. So after a few days of "friending" ...

    Big 3 ticked off

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Dec 30, 2011

    4 photos

    Today we've managed to tick off the last of the big 3 museums that house collections sourced from the near east - namely, the Louvre, the British Museum and the Oriental Institute attached to the University of Chicago. A taxi ride south of the city in grey, foggy and drizzling, rainy conditions deposited us within the uni grounds - from there we consulted a map or two and made our way through the ancient buildings to the Oriental ...

    Sand Dunes

    A travel blog entry by catndeano on Aug 16, 2011

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    16th Aug.

    Got up at 7.30am had breakfast and got off to McD's to use their wi-fi to find our route out of the city. All started ok but then the road signs disappeared and we got a bit lost again. We found ourselves in a town on the outskirts of Chicago, fueled up in a garage and asked for directions. Before we had got lost however, Brian clocked up 99,999(9) miles and rolled over to 00,000(0) in the car park of ...

    Sand, 'sea' and sunsets...

    A travel blog entry by malbet on Oct 08, 2010

    30 photos

    Having made the decision to try to meet up with the kids in Chicago and therefore be a better position some1000 odd miles further west to start Leg 5, we chose a campground relatively near to the city, even though it was in a different state. What a gem it has turned out to be, you know many, many years ago when I was teaching Geography in Derby I used to cover the 'Great Lakes' as part of the ...