Fairfield Inn Bay City
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... tell the of Pied Piper. The clock is old and imported from Germany. Then we went for a WORLD FAMOUS CHICKEN DINNER at Zehnders Bavarian Inn. Still stuffed from lunch and it's 9 PM.
Check out the Bronners pictures. Plan your own trips - its on 1384 miles to the north.
Got to go to bed early again - another early day planned. ...
... 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 ...
Tonight is our last night here in Frankenmuth. We've had a pretty good time. We spent two days and three nights here and done some fun things around the area.
On Tuesday, we drove north up to Saginaw and hit a couple of antique malls in the city. We also took advantage of the big city and did some re-provisioning, like finding a Bank of America ATM, a good drug store and some decent ice cream! ...
Yesterday I was staying at a hotel on Lake Michigan and today I drove 3 hours to Lake Huron in Bay City, MI. My seminar room tomorrow is overlooking the 9th hole on the golf course at Bay Valley Hotel. After a long drive I needed to relax so I sat in the sauna. It was great, I feel like butter ...
You know, we were hoping that when we left the upper peninsula area, the bugs would stay behind. But that was obviously foolish thinking! Gnats and mosquitoes have been a continual nuisance all along the way.
We left Houghton on Sunday and headed east across the peninsula to Marquette, then followed along the south edge of Lake Superior, then turned south and crossed over the peninsula to the north shore of ...