AmericInn Lodge & Suites Charlevoix
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were long buildings with little rooms with nothing but the instrument and a stool or chair and concrete walls. Cold in the winter if they can even be used then! The grand stage for performances during the summer is called The Bowl and it is HUGE and it’s outdoors! There are more than 600 performances by students, faculty and distinguished guest artists each year, making Interlochen one of the nation’s largest arts presenters. What fun to get to see ...
... glacial phenomena & immense sand dune formations
the park is named after a Chippewa legend of the sleeping bear...
according to the legend, an enormous forest fire on the ...
... little town is located about 20 miles north of Charlevoix. A much larger town, Petoskey hosts a Home Depot, Walmart, and Lowe's, as well as Meijer, a regional big box retailer. After a late breakfast (hey, Sundays are for brunch, right?) at a Bob Evan's restaurant, we stopped at Walmart to pick up some "thank you" gifts for Mike and Terri from both couples who have spent the last week camped out in their yard. After shopping, we headed to a laundromat to wash ...
... were home. Denea and Jenna had to leave early in the morning, so we said our goodbyes before retiring to the trailer for the evening. It's been a fun week in Charlevoix, and I've had a great time seeing this part of the world for the first time. Tomorrow will be busy with packing up and getting ready to hit the road again. Monday morning we depart for the final leg of our trip, which should have us home to Las Vegas in about ten days.
... over me so I wouldn't burn my delicate scalp. By the time I woke up from my nap, everyone was gathering back at our blanket and chairs. It was almost six o'clock, and the skies were clouding over, which, coupled with a breeze, made the evening quite comfortable and kept the mosquito count to a minimum. The men abandoned the ladies for a final trip to the local watering hole before settling in to listen to the band performing at ...