AmericInn Lodge & Suites Silver City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Michigan, Lake Huron. We stopped in Munising along the 28 Highway to get some things to cook for dinner then we carried on along side Lake Superior where we found a nice scenic spot with a table so we could cook our dinner. There was a bit of fog hanging over the lake but it was still a beautiful evening.. We stopped for about an hour ...
... and less expensive Presque Isle campground and it was definitely the right choice. After a drive up to the Lake of the Clouds lookout, which was beautiful but very windy that day, we did the 25-mile drive to Presque Isle. Our site sat on the bluff right next to the woods/walk-in campsites and was perfect. The campground does not have power and only vault toilets, but this ads to the quiet and remoteness of the area. At only $14 per night and access to many trails, ...
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 ...
... so far as we could tell, is mostly shaft mining (the Quincy #2 shaft mine in Houghton, MI, went down at a 50 degree angle for 9,250 feet and branched off to over 10 levels equalling over 1000 miles of mineshaft! All in all, we've learned to appreciate the ingenuity and rugged persistance of our Michigan pioneers, and we've also learned to appreciate the old-growth white pine, hemlock, and other trees which were spared the logging glut of the ...