Knights Inn Traverse City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKnights Inn Traverse City
The breakfast was not particularly inspiring, but the location was good for our purposes.
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... birthday! Of course we had no idea, but it was lovely spending the evening with them and Jake. Had amazing home cooked food and another fabulous pie from Uncle Roger and then went to sleep. I had instructions to not let the cats in the room downstairs - but after being followed by Sirius, the big, soppy, black panther kitty, I couldn't resist just letting him in for a minute and stroked him ...
I wasn't actually aware of the Bijou until I arrived, and it is certainly unique. In a building in the park by the bay, it was built as a museum/gallery, but the Festival leased the building from the city and converted it into a smaller cinema than the State, but really helping them with programming ...
What a lovely day. I woke up quite late as I couldn't get to sleep. I received some links from Aunt Carol about Calumet and the mines etc and was too excited to sleep, so was awake for a while reading. We went for breakfast with Grandma and she was showing us around and telling us stories about Lake Houghton. It is such a lovely town that surrounds the lake. We drove to Uncle Roger's and Aunt Carol's and they have ...
Another summer in Michigan has come to an end. We are all packed up and ready to start our trip south. We will be leaving in the morning to meet friends in Foley, Alabama the first week of October. We will be stopping in ...
We went to dinner last night with our friends Don & Dar at the Black Star Farms Winery for a Michigan fish boil. The food was great. We had never been to a Michigan fish boil before. It is a lot like the ones we do in the south but they use lake trout and white ...