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Travel Blogs from Escanaba
... museum on the bay along with a retired tugboat to tour. Also took a cruise out to a lighthouse and the views along the bay coastline were beautiful. Sturgeon Bay is a large ship building port. Interesting to find out it played an integral role in World War II. Employment in the ship building industry is still a major part of this community. Rob and I of course visited a local winery and distillery. Came home with of all things cherry brandy- which is ...
... this late in the season, but a very nice little pub in town, the Cornerstone, has been feeding me and keeping me entertained. The first night here I stopped in to get some food and sat at the bar next to an elderly woman. She turned out to be Linda, the unofficial 'mayor' of Baileys Harbor, who knows everyone and everything. She sort of took me under her wing that first night, telling me where to go and what to see and has checked in with me each evening ...
... his hand, his mouth full of the same, and a movie playing quite loudly from the television. I began to yell, 'hi my name is Glenn! I, uh... I'm sorry for just showing up like this but I saw your-'. By this time he had seen my bike and started waving for me to stop explaining and come inside. He finished chewing as we sat down on the couch to resume watching the movie, '42' as it turns out, the one about Jackie Robinson. It seemed to be ...
We toured the Door Peninsula on Thursday and agree that it is the Cape Cod of the Midwest. Much like the Cape, there are tourists ,galleries, quaint, but crowded, towns and little public access to the water. One surprise was the prevalence of cherry orchards. Of course we had to sample them and they were delicious. We had a wonderful brunch in bailey's harbor where we enjoyed eggs Benedict made with a whitefish cake . We left Maribel Fri. morning and had a beautiful ...
We journeyed across beautiful M2. M2 goes right along lake Michigan. We stopped along the way at scenic points. We were inundated w midges, yucky flies. But then greeted by a lovely hostess at our escanaba hotel motel, the sunset lodge. Now enjoying dinner @ The Buck ...
Other places to stay in Escanaba
2415 North Lincoln Road, Escanaba | 1 star motelfrom $77
2635 Ludington Street, Escanaba | 2 star motelfrom $103
3600 Ludington Street, Escanaba | 2 star motelfrom $121
6386 N. 11th St., Escanaba | Motelfrom $59
620 N. Lincoln Road, Escanaba | Motelfrom $39
2400 Ludington Street, Escanaba | Motelfrom $40