Days Inn Alma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... May 1 of the next year. So they close up their cottages, winter proof them and leave by the end of October. She also said the cottages are quite old and most have no insulation so no one would want to spend the winter there. The front row of cottages faces the lake and gets lots of wind so I imagine the winters would be quite cold!
We spent some time in Charlevoix and enjoyed a delicious dinner there after shopping a ...
... We had a 4 hour drive ahead of us. Along the way we saw some giant windmills, cattails lined the roads. We crossed into the US at the Blue Water Bridge - I was terrified driving across it - I hate driving on bridges- white knuckles all the way. It took about a half hour at the customs place because of traffic. But looking over the bridge at Lake Huron was gorgeous.
... didn't hurt when I was riding, it just killed me at night or when I was sitting around at camp after my ride. I was looking forward to getting to Midland, as Maura and I planned to spend two nights in a hotel. Today was the Friday before Labor Day Weekend and I wanted to avoid being on the road on Saturday, ...
... delay we would still have time to make our connection out of JFK to Reykjavik. So once again we didn't worry, until... I just happened to check "my trips" on Delta.com and found I had been re booked for tomorrow's flight to JFK and then onto Reykjavik but my travel companion had not been re booked. So in a panic I headed off to the Delta "help" desk where the live person wasn't able to help me but Tim on the Delta phone could. Against his ...
... one at coffee hour. She was especially happy to see Bill Elliott among other friends.
Margaret invited us plus Jan, Beth and Glenn to the country club for brunch - Mom resisted the Rachel (a turkey rueben by another name) for the Tar Heel pulled pork sandwich. I went for Ahi. We were all buffet'd out in Mackinac!
Margaret gave us a great tour. The Alden ...