Super 7 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Port Huron
... The heavily treed area is behind us and has given way to small farms and fields of corn, potatoes, wheat and barley, which is beginning to turn golden. $3 is the toll to cross the Blue Water Bridge to Canadian customs. The bridge crosses over the very blue waters of the St. Clair River. Ok, you know how all our Saskatchewan oil goes to into Enbridge pipelines? Well I got to see the huge facility where it comes out! ...
... can imagine what the car looked like before we got there!! With our winnings, we bought some icecream for pud! Amazing icecream.... Peanut butter & chocolate, walnut & pecan and neapolitan! Scrummy!! Most of the other jobs were done by the time we returned, so we sat, chatted and looked at the photos from the wedding day and attempted not to be eaten alive by the black flies which seemed to ...
Surprisingly no one felt over rough this morning and we were down at the cottages by 11am! There was no sign of the wedding couple so we sat around doing puzzles and playing bananagrams for the majority of the morning and afternoon as a matter of fact. Aunt Joanie bought lunch with her so we were fed and definitely watered well with all the left over beer and wine from the wedding! We energetically went for a swim in the lake to cool down and then ...
... conversations with the florist, as she had ordered some wrong flowers, we began to fill the jars with white lilac, fearns, orange blossom (which smelt AMAZING!!), lavender.... Although not fully in bloom was a lovely little blue accent and then the main event.... Some stunning pink peonies. Now I know they weren't the colour alexis had envisioned, as they were too dark and vibrant, but they looked stunning in the vases. Her aunt came down to see ...
... of lanes. Still 70 mph and 60 mph for trucks.
On the Mackinac Bridge, the speed limit for loaded trucks is 20 mph which meant we went fairly slowly at times as one lane was closed for maintenance in parts. Good for tourists who want to have a good look.
I am still getting used to the electrical system here. Switches are flipped up to turn them on (not down) and power points have no switches - just plug into the wall.