Country Inn & Suites Portage

1630 Olmsted Drive, Portage, Indiana, 46368, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1630 Olmsted Drive, Portage, is near Lake Michigan and East Branch.
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    Beautiful And Functional Lighting

    A travel blog entry by noxiousopt768 on Jan 13, 14

    ... the lighting as an afterthought, without much consideration for the overall effect or the need for useful illumination.

    The first consideration should always be for function. If your project is for an entire house, consider each space within that house - whatever areas are considered whole unto themselves. Usually this is by rooms. Think first of how you see the room being used. If this is a redesign it may be how it has been traditionally used, or ...

    On the road - Illinois

    A travel blog entry by rubyhutton on Oct 18, 2013

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    ... of the old route and information about people who had been involved with the route over the years. We were recommended to go along to the next town Bloomington for lunch, to a "Steak n Shake". We had $4 burgers and huge shakes, sat in a classic American diner! Back on the road we passed through a few more little towns, including Atlanta which had the 2nd giant - a man holding a ...

    Navy Pier revisited

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Sep 05, 2013

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    ... muffin with honey, or a bagel with cream cheese; - a cup of tea in a waxed paper cup. There are many other options on the hot/cold buffet, but none look particularly appetising and most appear high in sugar - particularly the cereals and pastries. As a result, we are not overly sentimental about doing without these freebies from now on. Today began as always - a leisurely breakfast (as described above) at about ...

    The windy city

    A travel blog entry by changandhammo on May 29, 2013

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    ... led us through a really old industrial area and some dubious looking neighbourhoods. We ended up being directed to what appeared to be an abandoned old freeway, we were the only car on it. We weren't ******** ourselves but we were a little concerned, unexpectedly this freeway linked us up with the toll road and we were on the outskirts of Chicago.
    We drove on through the city and arrived at our motel around ...