Travel Blogs from Mackinaw City
Great Lakes golden perch lunch for Linda and Cuban Pork sandwich for Lon. Across the street is Lake Huron and view of Mackinac Island - will visit tomorrow by ferry - for fudge no doubt! Our first attempt at logging our travels this fall 2013 with the aide of Red Jacket Amber Ale for ...
After departing Alpena with following John & Rita we followed highway 23 through Cheboygan to the bridge. Connie got a great picture of the magnificent bridge as we crossed it onto the Upper Peninsula (UP), beginning our Yooper experience. Both Lake Michigan and Lake Huron are really only one body of water, sharing the same water level elevation.
... bikes and horse drawn carriages. Plenty of fudge and t-shirts
shops, a beautiful, neat clean, buildings & architecture of circa 1800’s.
We took a carriage tour, to the highlands and walked back, dogs too. Very dog
friendly island. (Mazy got a little green on the return).
The trip has been great, we are surprising ourselves as to how easy it has been adjusting to being on the road and excited to see what's ...
... We opted for lunch alongside the tea room, as the buffet was $40 a pop. Formal wear is proscribed after six, but I'd do it just to get at that dinner menu... The time to stay here is at the end do the season when it goes on the American Plan-with 3 meals included. Several movies have been filmed here, the last being Steeve Reeves and Jane Seymore in Somewhere in Time ...
... Of course I didn't have the warm liner in my jacket. When I went over the bridge I froze, 200 ft in the air and the wind coming off the lake. I was glad to get a motel room and food! Next shop next door had a viewing platform of the bridge on top of the roof. As you know I love bridges so uploading a picture. Pleased with the day will be wearing warmer clothes tomorrow.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed