Ramada Plaza Sault Ste. Marie Ojibway
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... unique experience that cannot be seen anywhere else in the United States! The Locks consist of two canals and four locks that allow vessels of many types/sizes to safely traverse the 21-foot drop in elevation of the St. Mary’s River between Lake Superior and Lakes Michigan and Huron. From viewing decks, you can watch "Lakers" and "Salties" (ocean-going vessels) as they travel the seaway between ports and navigate the rise/drop of the water levels.
... from view, including all vehicles. As the Whitehouse clan cruises across the country it occurs to us that perhaps there is a "white" theme for the trip. We have passed White Point, White Fox, White Mud, White Bridge, Whitemouth, Whiteshell, Whitefish, Whitedog, Whitewood, White Fang, and the ubiquitous White Lake and White River. We haven't seen anything white except ...
Loved the atmosphere of Sault Ste Marie. Its a City I had always heard about but had no idea what it was like. Absolutely beautiful river boardwalk and fascinating history. Strange to travel so far north and be at the American border.
There is a sense of historical and commercial importance about Sault Ste Marie independent of Southern Ontario that I ...
... statue. Good food. We left in a driving rain, and I was already exhausted and SO ready to stop for the night, but we had a long way to go. I felt better after 3 cups of coffee and some poutine.
Today was not much of a sight-seeing day!
Tommorow, off to Luddinton, MI.
... a thing of beauty as were all the spring blossoms.
Continued on through Michigan to the Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse located at the foot of the Mackinac Bridge, where we were promptly attacked by five million gnats (that's an actual count). We survived only by covering every piece of skin. It was strange because they disappeared the closer we got to the water. The water, by the way, is the Great Lakes. Lake ...