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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... We had a 4 hour drive ahead of us. Along the way we saw some giant windmills, cattails lined the roads. We crossed into the US at the Blue Water Bridge - I was terrified driving across it - I hate driving on bridges- white knuckles all the way. It took about a half hour at the customs place because of traffic. But looking over the bridge at Lake Huron was gorgeous.
We left the monkey and all the joys of Morgan Co. KOA and headed to Frankenmuth, MI early Saturday. It was not a long drive so that was nice. It was 64 degrees and misty rain but it didn't slow us down. We passed a sign for the Gerald Ford Library in Ann Arbor with no time to stop.
We did stop and fuel up the MH and Jim was excited to see that we are getting 8.9 mpg which is really good according to him. I'm happy if ...
... there was a strong Red Neck population in the area. Also, a storm front was forecast to come through Midland tonight and tomorrow.
The highlight of my morning ride was talking with John Miller, a Mennonite farmer. He was cutting lumber to build a barn from huge tree logs using a battery powered saw. It was ...
... who had checked in some 20 hrs earlier so as with most things "if there is a will there is a way" the Delta agents (along with some persuasion from the captain) found three traveler's "willing" to wait 24hrs for their Iceland experience to begin. . The bad thing for my companion was one seat was in coach while the other two now "available" seats were in business class and since it was my "re booking" that created the problem I got the bump. ...
... architecture, there’s something quite German looking about the style of the many churches that reflects the region’s German heritage.
I crossed into Canada at Sarnia and headed directly for Toronto, which I arrived in before dusk. Maybe I hold the impression that Canada is a vast country so all distances between places in it must be great, but the drive from Sarnia to Toronto took much less time than I ...