Super 8 Manistee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Manistee
... his lofty perch, his hand to the bank & his back to the church!"
Careful observation of the statues orientation confirmed this limericks veracity.
Beautiful drive from Ogden to Bear Lake today with fall colors turnings the trees a riot of brilliant colors against an achingly blue sky.
A walk to the lake, crisp apple picked from the tree here at the B&B, and fish dinner ends our day.
... a couple houses that were on the lake that were interesting in one way they were the only two that were actually on the lake front and the other was the design. There are no lake homes like we are used to seeing that’s for sure! After seeing these houses we went back toward the town and passed a former restaurant location that had been sold but what got our attention was the sign – carved out of a tree – ...
... Since then we have had Senior pictures, college visits and fall sports tryouts. After a difficult decision Pearson decided to run Cross Country instead of playing soccer this year......too many conflict with Band and his Drum Major commitments. It's lots of work but he is enjoying being with his many friends on the team. It's too bad that he wasn't able to play ...
... saw some wildlife. First, John spotted a beautiful blue jay right outside our RV. Then he was outside and a whole gang of wild turkeys came to visit...i'm talking a whole community, maybe about 20 and of all ages, lots of little ones, too. They weren't running crazy like other flicks I have seen in the wild before, they just moseyed over to see what we were doing and then went on their way. During our bike ride over to the lighthouse we saw a bald eagle! Always ...
... bikes and lots of horse and buggies. For a place with no cars, there sure was a lot going on. Main Street was lined with restaurants and gift shops and fudge shops. We even saw a small public school, so there must be a small community who lives there full time; otherwise the place was filled with tourists on the island for the day and others spending their vacation there. We road our bikes all over ...