Days Inn of Marquette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Many older homes were narrow, long and high. Copper Harbor, Michigan's most northerly point on the lake, shows off a beautiful lighthouse, but not accessible. However, Eagle River Lighthouse made for a delightful stop. One reason, tho....Gustof, a golden retriever allowed me to have a "Harley fix"!! A quick stop at a monk's ...
... STS with someone else in the museum!!
We stopped at a couple of monument markers . . . including where the painted center line on roads was first practiced!! We also drove by a golf course . . . where there is a cell tower . . . that was made to look like a tree--apparently the first place in the US where this was attempted!! We also drove past the docks where the ore carrying 'big boats' are loaded (and coal is off-loaded) . . . and Presque Isle Park. ...
... recommneded it last time; it is close to where they live, easy to get to, and a well-kept older property. The rooms are clean and quite large with extra space for bags, etc.
We got settled and checked in at home. Then, made our way to Nick & Connie's. We visited until 11:00 pm, then called it a night. We made plans for them to pick us up for breakfast, then visit some of the attractions, including The Yooper Museum in Ispeming!! We turned in.
... to their license plate. We happened upon a motel at 10:30 and sign on door said "Night Owls pls ring bell" of which Ray did, low and behold this "republican" chap liked to talk, he even came to our room to show us how to turn on the heat and TV. Thought he would never leave, kind'of unsettling. Little did we realize we had crossed a time change and it was really 11:30 pm. We were up, he had coffee made for us at 7:30 and we were off to St. Ignace Michigan which was 4 hours ...
Sept 8th Sunday, Staying at the Munising State Forest Park located right on a bay of Lake Superior near Marquette. Site of a preserved Blast Furnace. Blast furnaces were used to convert iron ore to 'pig' iron during the late 19 hundreds. The furnaces ran ...