Knights Inn Michigan City
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... get a double cheeseburger, fries and a huge, I mean seriously huge, milkshake. Saw a few of the S&S regulars who we agreed would travel more efficiently rolling than walking. It's not surprisingly really when there's about 30 fast food joints in a 1 mile stretch of road...fat has never been more accessible. Glad Australia doesn't have quite so many neon lights and hoping it stays that way! Barney ...
... day to keep up.
Spring was very early this year and the strawberries are in full bloom. Al told the neighbor he could fight the birds and bunnies for them, in exchange for watching the house and mowing the lawn a time or two. There sgould still be some when we get home.
Guess we're as ready as we ever will be. Bon ...
... out. Thank you all so much... You might not think you did much, but you really did. Your support gave me so much strength while I was gone. Your messages meant the world to me. For those of you that sent supplies... THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! Please know how much your contributions really did help. Mama Betty told me before I left that the school would have enough supplies for the whole school year because of ...
... Wrigley Field you feel as though you're in another time; more 1920's than new millennium. A small one truck fire station built in 1915, a year after the final construction of Wrigley, sits on Waveland Avenue adjacent to the left field bleachers. Wrigley is surrounded by old bars and restaurants that most likely were built at the same time as the stadium itself. Wrigley Field is to the baseball fan what Mecca is to ...