Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Elkhart
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that the ride would take 3 hours, first we had to pick up also other customers from other hotels. After 2 hour or so, we made a stop. It was already around 9:30, but the bus driver said it'd take another 2 hour. So it seemed we'd not arrive as early as we expected. We thought to have the camper before 12:00, but then around 12:00 we just arrived... So many campers were ready to meet their new renters. ...
... which was also busy, we had a couple of kind Samaritans allow us to be seated before them. We were very grateful. Then after being seated, there was a brief, but tense disagreement between waitresses about whose table we were at. We were very happy when one waitress finally acquiesced. The service was great and the portion size was impressively accurate for the kids. A great day and evening was had by all.
... I think the place would have been eerily empty if not for the birthday parties.
Even though we were not participating in a birthday party, my kids got a little hungry after having been there for a couple of hours. They do not allow eating and drinking in the museum, but a docent was very nice to let us have a snack at the coloring table. Next time, though, I will be prepared ...
... around St Joseph township and taking the smaller roads home. Bought some Halloween pumpkins for Madge's front steps from Sid's Pumpkin patch. We also stopped at Niles to see an old station which has been used in a number of films including Only the Lonely, Continental Divide and Midnight Run.
Went to dinner at Madge's favourite Chinese restaurant, Mandarin House, where we had a lovely meal of beef Chow Mien, Moo Chu Pork and Szchezwan Chicken with peanuts.
... was an area that was obviously where the tourists went to take buggy rides and browse the shops. It reminded me of Montville on a weekend but in American Amish country. It was interesting to see the horses and buggies going along the road shoulder and cars on the road. We saw so many horses and buggies in a small area in such a short period of time and it was not put on for the tourists. That was just how I wanted to see their community.