Mona Lake Inn
Travel Blogs from Muskegon
... proud that I was sent to be a representative of Grand Valley. I will never forget the struggle that the Kenyan people deal with every day of their lives, and I will always try to be thankful for everything I have and try not to complain to much about the minor problems that I may face from day-to-day. It still amazes me that even though they may ...
One more day, and we'll be on our way! Right now I'm visiting with family who came over to visit and then spend the rest of the day figuring out the best way to organize my luggage. I also have boxes of crayons and pencils to bring for the little kids at the school. I am looking forward to the experience of working with my Grand Valley team and the experiences that we are going to share. See you all tomorrow in ...
Drove to Holland State Park. Stayed 2 nights. VERY busy campground. Everybody goes to the next door beach. We went swimming in Lake Michigan right away. Very hot 90's. Water was 'pretty' clean.
Jim and I rode our bikes 5 miles into town (no water) and finally found a place to have lunch. We ...
... up to Petoskey and the Mackinac Island for a wedding, and the last 10 days have been spent seeing extended family and friends in Hudsonville, Holland, and Grand Rapids.
On the other note, it really has not sunk in that I am officially leaving today and will be sleeping in ROME tonight. First I fly from Detroit to Chicago then from there direct to Rome. About 11 hours total of flying but I ...
We were only a few miles from Holland MI and since it was Saturday morning we visited the local farmer's market there at the waterfront. A very nice farmer's market with lots of cherries (Michigan is one of the largest cherry producers), other berries, lots of produce, bread, plants, etc. Holland is a neat little town with an almost fully enclosed large harbor. We were lucky to get a spot at Holland ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking