Clarion Inn Michigan City
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Finally the snow is melting and most importantly the temperature is increasing! Michigan City is a central distribution town that has the first beach we have been too since leaving Australia. It wasn't quite the same as back home but the sand in our toes certainly reminded us of home. Armed in t-shirts and thongs we walked the lake shores skipping rocks and enjoying the sunshine. It was quite ...
... in Indiana. Really pretty campground (playground view again!) Dave & Bri went straight to the pool, but James wanted to squeeze in a few more crafts before dinner.
Bri & James had movie night. What did they watch you ask? “CARS”, of course!
Hope your sunset was as beautiful as ours.
397 miles today – 3 states.
So looking forward tomorrow when we will actually begin driving on Route 66 in ...
... and the country. We even got an unanticipated treat. The best Sunset have seen this side of Hawaii sets over lake Michigan close to the Chicago Skyline. Wow... well the pics will tell the story. We also get plenty of bike trials now the only thing left is internet access so we can get a little bit of work done before heading to Mount Baldy. 123 foot Sand Dunes created in the last ice age.
... for 1, 2, 5 days. The one day pass is for 24 hours, which allows you to take as many "rides" as you need. At $2 per ride, it's a good deal. HOWEVER, don't be stupid and stick it in the money slot on the bus, like I did. You'll lose it. Yes, I was not a happy camper and started to cry - big baby. PMS for sure. The bus driver gave me a pass for a free trip, but it still didn't make up for losing my $5 pass. I got over it and bought another one. ...
... Rail was efficient, comfortable and entirely trouble free. In the end, it probably also saved us some money. Our base camp in Québec was Auberge Saint-Antoine (www.saint-antoine.come) nestled in the lower part of the Old Town which is where we headed from the train station. The morning of our arrival was sunny, breezy and cool; the sky - postcard-quality azure blue. The fairy tale town rose before us in steep terraces, like a picture in a pop-up book, unreal almost in the ...