Travel Inn Motel

Address: 3944 Franklin St, Michigan City, Indiana, 46360-7315, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3944 Franklin St, Michigan City, is near Trail Creek, Truefitt & Hill, House of Tomorrow, and Florida House.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Michigan City

A leisurely drive through the cornfields

A travel blog entry by rnrontheroad on Aug 15, 2015

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Wow, is this place full! Late last evening a guy came in and parked next to us! We had to watch cause he had to do a bit of a figure 8 to get around a couple of trees and into his spot. He was driving a 5th wheel. He corrected maybe twice and popped it into the spot with little or no direction from his wife. It is always amazing to me how these guys manage that! When we got back yesterday, it was really hot and muggy. We had to go and jump in the pool to cool ...

Day 2. May 18, 2013

A travel blog entry by sasktraveller on May 18, 2013

... up and took a shower and packed my things up. I took my stuff to my car and came back in to check out so all I had to do was eat the free continental breakfast and hit the road again. I spoke to the person at the front desk (different than the person last night). The woman says that there is nothing written down about the room and that her manager would have to approve it and he probably would not be in for a couple of hours. I went to get gas, as an interesting note ...

Back to Michigan City

A travel blog entry by sseptember on Feb 29, 2012

... made us go through the entire security screening again, laptop and all. There must have been 200 people ahead of us in the security line. We had to do a body scan and they saw a yellow patch of some kind in my armpit so I was subject to extra spreeing.

If you've been to Bush International-Houston, you know how huge it is. So we flagged down a transport cart to whisk us off to the proper gate - not to mention that ...

All Good Things Must Come to an End...

A travel blog entry by erbreen84 on Jan 20, 2008

... the password is kenya Well... I guess this is it! You can still message me on this blog like you did while I was gone, I just won't be adding anymore entries unless something new happens concerning the trip. As I am sure most of you have heard, shortly after I left Kenya, chaos concerning the election broke out. Please keep the family and children in your prayers. Thank you for everything! I love you all!! Always, ...

Wrigley Field and the Abbott

A travel blog entry by jackdrury on May 10, 2007

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... top row mates were dressed in sweaters and jackets. There was a floor to ceiling steel girder that obscured the pitcher's mound. Lloyd could see the wind up, but not the pitch. I could see the pitch, but not the wind up. Wrigley was built in 1914 when the typical tall American male might reach around 5' 8". I was okay, but Lloyd is 6' 2". Despite its certain flaws, to me it's still a gem. Lloyd won't be back.