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TravelPod Member ReviewsTerrace Motel Munising
This was the cheapest place we stayed on our trip around Lake Superior. The owner was very solicitous of our needs and even made sure we had a room with a parking space that was level for our bike. However the room was not the best. The beds were not comfortable and the bathroom left a lot to be desired. That's what you get for cheap!
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