Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Manistee
Travel Blogs from Manistee
... separate Lake Michigan from the town's lake - very pretty! The sky was mostly cloudy but you could tell if the sun had been out, the water & trees would have been brilliant in color. By late afternoon, we were in our motel room relaxing (Lakewood Motel - super basic room & hard beds!). Janell & Rich arrived and we visited the rest of the day and eve. Monday was spent visiting with Janell and Rich, sitting and sunning ourselves on the beach of ...
Severe thunderstorm on the way...so we booked!
Nice motel - glad it's brick because there is a MAJOR storm coming through this area tonight!
Got an alarm on my iPad that there was smoke in my condo, so spent the better part of the afternoon trying to get in touch with neighbors every time we stopped, Using on of the other rider's cell phones! Not fun!
... the beach and put their feet in the 52 degree Lake Michigan. This was their second lake of their Great Lakes experience.
In the afternoon, we rented two more kayaks and we all cruised 6 miles down the Pere Marquette River. Dinner at the RV, we later had a campfire and S’mores. It stays light here till 10:00 PM!
A perfect day? You bet!
Time to move on in the morning ...
... the passenger seat as a dock worker drove the RV off…so excited to see us!
We drove for several hours through WI – beautiful farm land (really big farms and a large windmill field). Then after a quick stop at Wal-Mart for restocking (an electric frying pan appeared in my carriage, I sorely missed Denise's-had to have one) we headed off to Montello, ...
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is one of Nature's Wonders...Empire, MI & ride drive upthe peninsula to Leland and Northport.
Well, we are now in Michigan's lower Peninsula. We said Michigan was a pleasant state, let’s add beautiful to it. We are very impressed. From the Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes we could see to North and South Manitou islands, Glen lakes, the hill sides, and across Lake Michigan clear to Wisconsin (54miles across) the views were ...