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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Port Huron
Good quality bedding and nice soft plump pillows. Staff very helpful. Printed off map and driving instructions for a great pizza place. breakfast had the usual donuts, pastries as well as hot options. Fresh fruit available.
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... sabbatical" from the working life and meandering the world. We're happy that he has the time and the desire to meander with us. He will be our official travel photographer so stay tuned for some great pictures.
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It was handy, so Bob Evans again, this time for breakfast...why don't Canadian breakfast joints serve biscuits and sausage gravy? Yum! I knew they existed but have never been to a U.S. Tim Hortons, branding on the cups, signage, etc is different and the donuts have different names, but they didn't mess with the taste of the coffee. :) Just outside of Gaylord we crossed over the 45th parallel, Todd thinks this is really ...
... can imagine what the car looked like before we got there!! With our winnings, we bought some icecream for pud! Amazing icecream.... Peanut butter & chocolate, walnut & pecan and neapolitan! Scrummy!! Most of the other jobs were done by the time we returned, so we sat, chatted and looked at the photos from the wedding day and attempted not to be eaten alive by the black flies which seemed to ...
... to where we were sat before. This time attempting one big bananagrams..... The oldies went to the diner for dinner so we demolished the left over mountain of wedding food! It was nice being just the 8 of us again! As there were a lot of paper plates and wooden cutlery to burn it was bonfire time with our official first ever Canadian s'more in Canada. How can you go wrong with biscuit, melted marshmallow and chocolate!!!!! Tired.com by then and ...