Days Inn Mackinaw City-Lakeview
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Its our last day on Mackinac and we enjoyed our last Grand Hotel meal at the breakfast buffet, and went to the Eucharist to wrap up the conference. The homilist was the new bishop of Western Michigan, a southerner who pumped up this clergy crowd with a cry that this is "our time", time for the Episcopal church to move out of the past (referencing the Somewhere in Time" nostalgia) and to take advantage of now, the right time for the Via Media. He ...
... morning from the room (not such a bad gig with this view! and the sound of horse drawn carriages below...) After all that though, amazingly enough, it was time for another meal. A full luncheon buffet is served, though I didn't make it far past the huge bowl of jumbo shrimp! We fortunately, or unfortunately, sat next to the dessert table so a few of those ended up in front of us also (okay, you wouldn't have passed up the blueberry pie either, I bet.)
We were awoken by housekeeping at 1030am. Missed the free Holiday Inn breakfast! Yelp thought there was a Starbucks in Gaylord, but we went to Tim Hortons Doughnuts instead and got a sugar high with our caffeine. Back on I-75 to Mackinac. Got two thumbs up from the Shepler Ferry guys on our car (VW Beetles appear to still have a following, at least in Michigan! I'll get a picture when we get back to ...
... lay of the land. The campground offers electric at sites and we decided to test our use of water and how much we fill the tanks over 3 nights. However, with outhouses available we made full use of these as much as possible.
The next two days proved be be rain and wind which gave us a chance to organize and but didn't stop us from Geo-caching and hiking. There are tons of caches in the park ...
Great Lakes golden perch lunch for Linda and Cuban Pork sandwich for Lon. Across the street is Lake Huron and view of Mackinac Island - will visit tomorrow by ferry - for fudge no doubt! Our first attempt at logging our travels this fall 2013 with the aide of Red Jacket Amber Ale for ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed