Bluewater Inn and Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Bluewater Inn and Suites Grand Haven
Travel Blogs from Grand Haven
... to be sure it will fit your itinerary. Be aware many of them want to be paid in cash so you may want to plan ahead to avoid fees at the ATM. For train tickets between major cities purchase tickets in advance if possible to get better deals and travel during slow times if possible. For regional trains and buses it helps to do your homework ahead of time to determine if a day pass or family pass will be the best option. If staying in London be mindful of rush ...
... it's cold and rainy here! After a day out in the chilly air a warm meal sounds good so traditional comfort foods influence the cuisine. I have to admit that I didn’t have a good perception of Pub food before this trip based on what typical pubs serve in the States. After eating at several Pubs and small family owned restaurants I found it is some of the best food at reasonable prices. Sure you can go to high end restaurants in the big cities and find ...
... we are there so that we can pack lighter. I say lighter because we are still American come on now! Honestly it is pretty easy to find a laundry (launderette) in most towns and for a little higher rate they will wash, dry, fold and deliver your clothes back to your hotel/B&B in one day. Something to think about before you pack all that stuff you will never wear:-)
... to fly in and out of the same location or book a multi-city flight. This decision can impact the price of your flight by $200-$300, but if you have limited time it may be worth it. Given the time we had and what we wanted to see we opted to arrive in Dublin and depart from London at the end of our stay. One tip a friend gave us is to avoid London Heathrow for in-country flights if possible as it is a big airport and not worth the ...
Let's start today with some RV trivia! 1) Do you know what Chocks are? They are blocks you put in front or behind your wheels to make sure you don't accidentally roll away while parked. Um....thank goodness for those...I don't want to be rolling anywhere! 2) Do you know how many amps we get when we are hooked up to the electric at the campsite? Our rig, and most Class C's, are 30 amp. The class A's - those bus looking RV's usually take 50 ...