Peninsula Bay Inn
Travel Blogs from Escanaba
... including laundry, shower, newly acquired (one day ago) dog, and backyard. Scot ran out to get milk, he is a caretaker for an elderly man in the area, and I was quite content playing his stratocaster for a while. It was clearly a beginner's guitar, as it had the number of each fret written in sharpie on the neck. Made me miss my guitar. I later went out for a 'fish fry', a tradition in these parts of frying up fish on Fridays in ...
We toured the Door Peninsula on Thursday and agree that it is the Cape Cod of the Midwest. Much like the Cape, there are tourists ,galleries, quaint, but crowded, towns and little public access to the water. One surprise was the prevalence of cherry orchards. Of course we had to sample them and they were delicious. We had a wonderful brunch in bailey's harbor where we enjoyed eggs Benedict made with a whitefish cake . We left Maribel Fri. morning and had a beautiful ...
We journeyed across beautiful M2. M2 goes right along lake Michigan. We stopped along the way at scenic points. We were inundated w midges, yucky flies. But then greeted by a lovely hostess at our escanaba hotel motel, the sunset lodge. Now enjoying dinner @ The Buck ...
... a really nice day!
We laughed because when we looked at the map, we were closer to Minneapolis then Grand Rapids. We could see Wisconsin from the shore - one of the Islands and Sturgeon Bay!
Leaving in the moring for Tahquamonom falls. Sad to go, but ready to move on to new adventures tomorrow and Friday! I'm almost ready to be home. I miss my routine!
Today we drove from Escanaba Michigan following the shores of Lake Michigan and Green Bay through the farming and dairy land of Wisconsin. There was major road work on Hwy 41 for the last 20 miles coming in to Oshkosh. We are here to do ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services