Knights Inn - Bridgeport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Thanksgiving through December 24.
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... to the hotel 2 hours before we could check in, so we set off in search of a park near Huron. We were out in the middle of nowhere, because Ducky likes to avoid traffic. We came upon a country house that had a bunch of cars, we slowed as we drove last and saw a bunch of guests sitting on hay bales and then saw ushers parading out from a barn. I slowed, and then turned ...
... 4 hour drive to Niagara Falls. Travel tip: when pulling up to Customs, be sure to stop at the white line, otherwise, you could get shot. At least that's what the Customs officer told us. There could be a felon with a gun in the car in front of us and the customs officer might have to shoot, and we would be in the crossfire. Luckily, the car in front of us apparently did not have a felon with a weapon. Once we found our hotel (I think it was after the 222nd ...
... was great though- they had every kind of crepe you could imagine. After lunch, the kids played a bit and we stopped in a few more shops before heading out to meet some of Tammy's family.
Caleb and the kids got to meet Tammy's Great Aunt Nancy, cousin Beverly, and first cousin once removed, PJ (yes we looked up the official relationship). The kids had a great time playing with Beverly's son while we visited for a couple hours.
We left the monkey and all the joys of Morgan Co. KOA and headed to Frankenmuth, MI early Saturday. It was not a long drive so that was nice. It was 64 degrees and misty rain but it didn't slow us down. We passed a sign for the Gerald Ford Library in Ann Arbor with no time to stop.
We did stop and fuel up the MH and Jim was excited to see that we are getting 8.9 mpg which is really good according to him. I'm happy if ...