Americas Best Value Inn Ironwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
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Travel Blogs from Ironwood
... breakfast, our plates were sliding off the table...and the food off the plates...and, oh yeah, I made us french toast and sausages, so the maple syrup was all pooled on one side of the plate...not all our meals are that challenging!!! The drive this morning is kind of boring. We are mostly travelling on a single lane road and are surrounded by trees...we've seen lots of motorcycles and cyclists and RVer's heading home after the weekend...so a bit of a snore...i was ...
... of their free wifi. From there, we went across the street to the kayak tour place. I bought a souvenir map and a black bear sticker for my car (I'm still waiting to see the bear wandering on the island). Mirza got a couple of maps, a tee shirt, and he paid his half for the tour we'll be doing tomorrow. We asked the girl inside what she would recommend doing since we had the entire day just to explore the island. She pointed us toward a couple of trails and suggested we spend the ...
I wanted to get up early and head to The Apostle Islands, but we didn't hit the road until around 9ish. We had to stop at PNC because the bank had a hold on Mirza's card. We took care of that (kind of), grabbed some Starbucks (definitely needed that fix), and hit the road (10 hours of quality car time with Mirza, Oh My!). The drive actually wasn't too bad, but I think I'm just used to being in the car for long hours at a time by now. We passed through a couple of little towns ...
... of The World. While still in the wooded outskirts of Mercer, the bike route took Surly and I to our first motorcycle rally. We met Turtle, head honcho of The Mercer Loons, the local Harley club that was hosting the 27th annual Loon Party. The weekend event was just gearing up as Turtle came over to welcome us and invited us to stay and play Harley games. Tons of bikers ...
... to prepare! I squelched my impulse to walk out, no wonder the establishment was on the brink of bankruptcy. After gobbling down the crisco soaked snack, I met two oldtimers in the parking lot. We talked about elk, fishing in Clam Lake and they informed me that there was no law in town. The wallet would have to wait until I reached the ...