DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bay City - Riverfront
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... direction was clogged 1st one about 12 miles long the second a little bit shorter the weekend warriors one fellow camper said not what he does for sure.
The area we stayed is full of river rafting, canoes tubing etc. very picturesque. Other than someone in a cabin a few sites away we were alone loved it!
A little tired but nice to get underway on our journey back into Canada in the next few ...
... over 400,000 ornaments annually.
14. Approximately 50% of the glass ornaments sold are Bronner's own designs, handcrafted by global artisans exclusively for Bronner's.
15. Each year, more than 2 million glass ornaments and 125,000 light sets are sold at Bronner's.
16. If all the light sets sold in one year at Bronner's were stretched out in ...
We set the alarm for 6:30 so we could be to the 7:00 hot breakfast. It was a bit disappointing (at this point we are in St Catherines Ontario). The boys ate a few pancakes. I made lunches for the car ride, and we got going soon after. I knew our route had us right next to Lake Ontario, so I pulled over to see it as soon as I could. I am posting a bunch of pictures from that. ...
... Silent Night" in over 300 languages. Jim found an interesting fact about the reason "Silent Night" was performed with guitar for its first performance. The organ was in need of repair so it wasn't playable hence the guitar. He said if he had known he would have fixed the organ in time for the performance!
We head for Petoskey, MI Sunday. This stop should really be a step up for our stay. So stay tuned for the latest!
... we were all sweating after we mastered the jab, hook, and many ducks needed to fight. After the lesson, we headed back to the hostel, and got ready for the most-anticipated event of the week... the booze cruise. From 11PM-5AM, we had an absolutely fantastic time on a party boat in the Guanabara Bay. After, we headed back, got McDonalds, and prepared for a rough morning.
Tuesday (July 16th): Rough it was! With only about 2 hours of sleep, we all woke up ...