Howard Johnson Traverse City
Travel Blogs from Traverse City
... 8211; Monday
We were rudely awakened about 7:30 AM (the only morning we actually were asleep at 7:30!) by a sharp knock on the door and a lady informing us we couldn’t have a tent erected here. Too upscale, I guess!
Dex and the boys hiked Indigo Bluffs Trail in the morning while I stayed at the RV and caught up on bills and chores. After lunch, we all (including Maggie) headed out to Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive in ...
... hide his bald spot. He slumps over as he shuffles across the floor, still in pain from his hernia surgery several months ago. On Christmas Eve, the females of our family are in the kitchen preparing dinner.
“Gennie, chop these vegetables for our salad,” Mom suggests.
“May I make Dad’s favorite birthday cake?” I ask. “It’s my favorite too, especially that coconut ...
... chance to really do much since we arrived except clean and get everything set up. June is a little cooler than we expected. Its funny that when we left Florida it was hot and very muggy. We went up the coast and stayed in Hilton Head for several days and it was getting hot and muggy there too. We arrived here to temps in the 60s and 70s ...
... named after Maya. In tribute to Maya, here are a couple of her many quotes that I love:
“Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud.”
― Maya Angelou, Letter to My Daughter
“A person is the product of their dreams. So make sure to dream great dreams. And then try to live your dream.”
― Maya Angelou, Wouldn't Take Nothing for My journey Now
So my first time in northern Michigan which is known for its cherries ( who would figure that?). Traverse City is a nice little vacation spot. There's shopping, restaurants, river tours, resorts,golf, and a winery and a brewery. I would definitely come back if I had the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking