America's Inn and Suites Auburn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... direction was clogged 1st one about 12 miles long the second a little bit shorter the weekend warriors one fellow camper said not what he does for sure.
The area we stayed is full of river rafting, canoes tubing etc. very picturesque. Other than someone in a cabin a few sites away we were alone loved it!
A little tired but nice to get underway on our journey back into Canada in the next few ...
Bronner's in Frankemnuth, Michigan is the world's largest Christmas store.
Watch this movie to see just one section of the store.
The overall size of Bronner's building is 320,000 sq. ft. (approx. 7.35 acres or 5.5 football fields of space) with 96,000 sq. ft. (2.2 acres 1.7 football fields of space) devoted to the salesroom.
We went ...
... looking for, Bay City Recreation area. We went there and got a few better pictures of the lake, but I still liked Ontario better.
When we got back tot he hotel and checked anew went to the pool, the boys played pool. Later I made tacos in the room with my Nuwave cooktop. Then Ben went for a run and Robbie took a nap while I plotted the next day and posted pictures.
... by Wally Bronner in 1945 and is still run by the same family. There was a section with a museum of sorts about the founder.
In 1992 a replica of the original Silent Night Chapel of Oberndorf, Austria was built on the grounds near the store. The city government and the Visitors Bureau of Oberndorf granted the Bronner family permission to simulate the original. On the chapel grounds there are plaques with the ...
... from the Midwest. Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland claims to be the biggest Christmas store in the world, and I’d believe it. I was in in Frankenmuth on a weekday evening, so it wasn’t all that festive. Once my window shopping was finished I had a few beers at the Frankenmuth Brewery and then all-you-can-eat chicken dinner at Zehnder’s of Frankunmuth.
My room at the Heidelberg Motel outside of town ...