The Inn at Stonecliffe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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We purchased a ferry and a horse carriage ride ticket for our day on the island which covers 3.8 square miles (9.8 km2) in land area. It is located in Lake Huron, at the eastern end of the Straits of Mackinac, between the state's Upper and Lower Peninsulas. European exploration began in the 17th century. It served a strategic position amidst the commerce of ...
... and the longest suspension bridge between anchorages in the Western Hemisphere. Mackinaw City is the most popular tourist city in the state of Michigan. Since it was late in the tourist season the crowds were less than in the peak time during the summer. We stayed at a great campground over looking Lake ...
We have found that most restrooms are clean, provide soap and paper towels. Much of the dispensing of these, as well as the water, is no touch - movement sensors.Sometimes the toilet flushing is movement sensored as well. Have had the toilet flush a few times when not expecting it. !!!
Travelled south through Petoskey and came across the largest cherry pie tin at Charlevoix. They baked the pie in the tin at the site ...
... route south and first stop was Port Iroquois Light Station. We were able to walk to the top of the tower. Overcast day and view over Lake Superior was a little affected but still worth the walk up the 76 steps. Had passed lots of bike riders along the way and came across their support vehicles at the Light Station. Food and drinks were waiting for them. It was an organised bike holiday.
At Bay Mills we saw an interesting old Indian Cemetery ...
... to taste a meaty pie, I thought it would be a sweet pastry. MTC with her veritable plethora of facts, explained that the "Pastie" is the beloved national dish of Cornwall, England, a meat and potato pie brought to Michigan's Upper Peninsula in the 1800's during the immigration of Cornish miners.