Super 8 Houghton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We had a very lazy day today. Reading, listening to music, eating, enjoying the view - we eventually took a trip into town to get some supplies. I can't believe it, but I really fancied fudge, so bought a slice in Calumet. I actually did not want a ...
... and a chipmunk ran into the shop! Apparently it eats out of the owner's hand. It was so small and the closest I have ever gotten to a chipmunk. Such a cute little animal - and fast! Next stop, Michigan Tech. I was very intrigued passing the Fraternity Houses. I've only seen this on movies and heard about it from news stories on hazing. I find the whole fraternity thing quite bizarre and feel sorry for the neighbors! I can't remember seeing or hearing anything like that ...
... It was hosting a radio show, had a small selection of music stuff for sale and a stage. They host jam nights every Tuesday and apparently there are more people at jam nights in the winter time. The chap was friendly and gave us "Root Notes" beer cozies or "coozies". That's like a tea cosy, but it keeps beer cool rather than tea warm. Found "Toni's Pasties" and another surprise - saffron cake!!!! I love saffron cake. My Mum has a picture of me eating a ...
... sounds at times; maybe a bird every now and then or something rustling in the undergrowth softly. But usually just the sound of leaves. We are so loud. Our heavy feet make so much noise that I am sure that there are so many little eyes watching us and annoyed at the disturbance. I can capture pictures, sound but not smell on my iPhone. It's such a shame as I'd love to share the smells I inhale at times. Today I was smelling amazing things: at the monastery as they ...
... Cemetery" as a lot of Cornish folk from the congregation were buried there. It was just down the road so we went and the sign said "The Cornish Connection of the Copper Country". Obviously we were in the right place, so walked in and immediately my mind was wondering at 100mph. It was an abandoned graveyard with overgrown trees, scattered, eroded gravestones, sunken graves, old iron wrought pieces, fallen monuments... I was tiptoeing between the gravestones, looking ...