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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Island, so it is to be expected, but they are everywhere: single bikes, tandems, bikes carrying children, dogs even and carrying bags. And then, of course, are the beautiful horses. It was so lovely seeing the horses pulling carts with passengers. Even the rubbish collectors were pulling the trash with horse and cart. All of the houses and shops were decorated with flowers as were the lamp posts and window boxes. Such a beautiful ...
... as it was quicker and down hill and gave us the chance to call at market street which we had passed on the way on the cart. Had a good look around and then called for a meal at an Italian. Geoff had Caesar salad with chicken and I had smothered chicken which had wild rice and broccoli with it. Called for some popcorn and Geoff bought a metal plate with dogs on for his ...
... in St Ignace which is very nice and we are parked outside. We have a balcony at the back which overlooks the lake although we are on the ground floor. The sunset is on the other side so it should be a sunrise over here in the morning. We have been to the ferry terminal to book our ferry passage tomorrow morning. I tried booking it on line as it is cheaper. Wasn't sure which ferry terminal to use so we went over and glad we did. Spoke to ...
... at nchor and 20 at marinas. We burned a little over 200 gallons of diesel fuel giving us a mileage of just over 3 miles per gallon. We ate most of the food we brought with us but also sampled many local restaurants. And most importantly, after 34 days on a small boat all aboard still love each other.
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Today we decided to cross to Mackinaw City. It was a combination of weather forecasts and timing to finish our cruise by Sunday in Hessel. We might stop back to the island on our way to Hessel. We thought we might cruise to an island on the Lake Michigan side of the bridge but it wasn't quite the nice day needed to launch the dinghy and hike ashore. So we went under the Mackinaw Bridge far enough to say ...