AmericInn Lodge & Suites Silver City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on to Wakefield a further 2 hours on where we found an overnight camping place on the Sunday Lake. It was a really sweet place with power for hook ups and water taps. It was just before 11 before we were finally ready to call it a in night along with 4 other vehicles already parked there. Today we drove just over 1200kms even with a boarder ...
... and the North Country Trail, it was a good choice. The walk-in tent sites were really nice as well since they were set back in the woods away from the main, open campground area. Although not a lot of trees in the main part of the campground, the sites on the water or woods areas were large enough that they give you privacy.
Over the three days we visited we hiked down to Lake Superior which provides a very rock-strewn beach with driftwood and a nice view of ...
For a week in late July and early August, I traveled by car through
the U.S. upper Midwest, visiting Michigan (Upper Peninsula), Wisconsin,
Well it was a nice day on the road. We restocked groceries and wine. The Super Walmarts have been great as we have been able to get everything we need. All the people have been very nice. It still is very hot and there is lots of construction. David seem to get the areas that say there is construction and ther a 2 workers smoking cigarettes while I have miles and miles of narrowed lanes. We continue to improve our driving skills and are getting use to the ...
The Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is one of Michigan's finest examples of good stewardship. The wilderness is wonderfully protected and wild enough to get lost for days within (though we didn't). We day hiked portions of the Escarpment Trail along the cliffbands overlooking the park. We also walked a bit of the Union Spring Trail to get a sense of the forest. It is so named after the Union Mining Company which worked in the area for ...