Traverse Bay Inn
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Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is one of Nature's Wonders...Empire, MI & ride drive upthe peninsula to Leland and Northport.
Well, we are now in Michigan's lower Peninsula. We said Michigan was a pleasant state, let’s add beautiful to it. We are very impressed. From the Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes we could see to North and South Manitou islands, Glen lakes, the hill sides, and across Lake Michigan clear to Wisconsin (54miles across) the views were ...
... it up for sale. When we heard about it we went over to look at the lot and after talking to the people that owned it we went back to our RV and decided to make and offer. The offer was much lower than what either of us thought they would take. We wrote it up anyway and gave it to them. ...
Today, our travel documents arrived from Globus. After a year of waiting, our adventure is right around the corner. We will be traveling with some of our closest friends, Steve and Marla and Jeff and Jane. We want to share our adventure with you, so follow along with us, and ...
... all the worrying I will be doing in the next week, and try to imagine a perfect sunset falling over a serene lake view. I don't have to do any imagining though. Nothing can compare to the annual family trip in up-north Michigan. Where the sun shines, campfires burn, and black bottom cupcakes fill our stomachs.
... were here was spent cleaning both the inside of the coach as well as the outside. It really needed it after all the "camping" we had done. We are now ready to explore the area which has crystal clear lakes to go kayaking, hiking trails along Lake Michigan, wineries to explore, and lots of cool little towns to discover.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking