Marquette Motor Lodge

Address: 5057 US 41, Marquette, Michigan, 49855, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 5057 US 41, Marquette, is near Downtown Marquette, Jilbert's Dairy Farm, Marquette Maritime Museum, and Marquette Mountain.
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      Travel Blogs from Marquette

      Yooper

      A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Sep 17, 2014

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      ... I talked to the locals and found out the following: A Yooper is a common term for residents of the Upper Penisula of Michigan. It is derived from the initials U.P. which is pronounced you-pee. U.P. stands for Upper Peninsula, as opposed to the lower peninsula of Michigan. Yoopers make fun of Trolls. Trolls are from 'down below', referring to lower Michigan. Yoopers come from above the bridge, referring to the Mackinac Bridge, which separates upper Michigan from lower ...

      3 hours off

      A travel blog entry by tslatta on Sep 03, 2014

      4 photos

      ... us to gooseberry jam and delish oatmeal cookies! (Note: flour from Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie is used!!!). A road sign near Houghton, MI, referenced a 390" snowfall 35 years ago, and this last winter, they were below this record by just 3"!!! Hot and muggy days were rough with no AC, so appreciated Marquette's Ford dealer who fixed us ...

      Seeing Marquette and the Yooper Museum!

      A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 18, 2014

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      ... for Cole, our soon-to-b3 6-year old grandson.

      Marquette is a 'university town' (Northern Michigan University) so I suspect that many of the young folks working the counters and cash registers are students. And, the young lade who rung up my purchases was no exception. I asked her where here home was . . . and she said: Alma!! I told her that I knew where Alma was . . . and she looked at me . . . I continued . . . north of Ithaca . . . west of St. Louis ...

      We Made It To Marquette To See Brother Nick!

      A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 17, 2014

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      ... purchases, then headed for the highway--but not before we retraced our steps and stopped at a Biggby Coffee Cafe that I spotted on the way into town! It isn't a Caribou Coffee or a Starbucks, but it is OK when none of the others is available!!

      Just as we were get on the highway to head toward Marquette, I spotted a Buffalo Wild Wings!! That would have been a perfect back-up plan to The Antlers last night! POOP!

      On the drive from SSM, MI ...

      Winnipeg to Michigan 1,000 kms

      A travel blog entry by debdoiron on Jun 14, 2014

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      OK we're back in the 21st century and have wifi again. Who knew there were places in northern Wisconsin that don't have Wi-fi! We are in St. Ignace Michigan, " yooper" country as the locals are called, meaning those rednecks that live in the northern peninsula and those who live in the southern peninsula of Michigan are called trolls. I guess you have to visit these areas to know these facts. The Mackinac Bridge connects south to north and is the longest suspension bridge in ...