Holiday Inn Express La Porte

Address: 100 East Shore Court, LaPorte, Indiana, 46350, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel is located on 100 East Shore Court, LaPorte.
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      Day at the Dunes

      A travel blog entry by carterstravels on Jun 29, 2013

      ... and a small store.

      Since no lifeguards are present, they use a flag system. They are color coordinated and advise you on the condition of the water. Green means the water is nice and calm. Red means to no swimming or to most people swim at your own risk. They announce over the loud speakers what the conditions are. I love to swim when its red. Its fun to play in the waves. Of course I ...


      A travel blog entry by veedub88 on Aug 14, 2011

      10 photos

      ... teenager, awkwardly and fearlessly running and heaving himself in the water.


      After playing for a while, we headed to the lovely vineyard lofts where we were staying and after the kids were fed and put to bed, we had some delectable Mediterranean fare!

      Ben and I put our headlamps on and took our bikes out to get a couple of necessities and check out the nearby private beach. When we ...

      I am Al Capone

      A travel blog entry by deans_diary on May 05, 2007

      ... Cowboy (as per Graham Norton) and he did a pose for me.I'd like to say it was just for me but there were a crowd of people behind me, i just pushed my way to the front.Before you ask, no he isn't naked he just plays his guitar in his pants, all year round!! Brrr All in all NY was an experience i will NEVER forget and will def go back again as you can dress how you want, be how you want and no one cares, it truly is a diverse city. I will admit, now i ...

      Tour day in Chicago!

      A travel blog entry by jenfifi on Jul 03, 2006

      ... leaving the park and so we walked to a restaurant we found in the guidebook Chris bought. This place was called Blackbird at 619 W. Randolph. It was EXCELLENT. We split a cauliflower soup with almonds and some shrimp fritters which was amazing. Chris got the lamb with peas and yogurt and I got the quail with gnocchi and creamed spinach. The service wasn't great, but the food made up for it. The bill was reasonable sans wine. Next we headed off to the piano ...

      Recounting the joys of this trip

      A travel blog entry by olga1122 on May 17, 2006

      5 photos

      ... the second part of our voyage - Québec. We made a very short transfer from the hotel to the rail station, checked our luggage and boarded the train. The train idea came from a trade show I attended in late March in Chicago, where I chanced to run into a representative from the Québec bureau of tourism. I am glad we opted for a train ride rather than renting a car as there is not much use for the car in either Montréal or Québec unless one intends to venture outside of the city ...