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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... I don't think I have ever seen a town as pretty as Mackinac Island - maybe in Normandy, but not with horses! We quickly found a fudge shop and I met a British girl serving the fudge who works there in the summer. She gave us a discount and samples. We bought three slices of fudge - so we're officially "Fudgies" which Jonathan's Aunties tell me is the term they use for tourists. After we walked up and down the Main Street, we headed ...
Had a lazy morning after breakfast. Then ventured out. Went to see the butterflies again. Next door to here. Then we went to find the carriage people to go on horse and cart. Had a lovely ride up to the top where we got off and had a look around. There were eating places and shops and a butterfly conservatory We were not going to this as we had already been to the ...
... in St Ignace which is very nice and we are parked outside. We have a balcony at the back which overlooks the lake although we are on the ground floor. The sunset is on the other side so it should be a sunrise over here in the morning. We have been to the ferry terminal to book our ferry passage tomorrow morning. I tried booking it on line as it is cheaper. Wasn't sure which ferry terminal to use so we went over and glad we did. Spoke to ...
... at nchor and 20 at marinas. We burned a little over 200 gallons of diesel fuel giving us a mileage of just over 3 miles per gallon. We ate most of the food we brought with us but also sampled many local restaurants. And most importantly, after 34 days on a small boat all aboard still love each other.
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Today we crossed the Straits of Mackinac to the very small town of Hessel. Hessel is best known for it's antique boat show held here each year. It is also home to Mertaugh Boat Works that has heated indoor winter storage available for Meander. The cruise over was a fitting ending to our travels this late summer. The seas were calm and the skies were sunny. It is always bitter sweet taking the ...