Baymont Inn & Suites New Buffalo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Sat downstairs watching the morning light arrive. Still dark at 7 am but it was finally light at 8. not sure I would be able to cope with that. but next week when daylight saving finishes, it will change for the people living here. No rush this morning for breakfast. Made a few sandwiches and packed the little cooler for a day out.
First stop was Notre Dame University which is in South Bend where Madge lives. It used to be heavily sports oriented more so ...
... drive into town and go about their Saturday tasks. At the shop, there was one long wall containing bolts of plain coloured fabrics with every shade within the colours of the rainbow. The Amish women mostly wore very conservatively styled dresses of one solid colour but the colours were not muted. They were bright - green, purple, orange, red, blue. I saw one lady wearing floral but it was a muted Liberty style tone.
Further into ...
... a truck stop for Wes to buy a coffee. There were dozens of trucks parked in rows and several more lined up to buy fuel. It was fascinating to watch the trucks roll in and out constantly. The building at the stop housed a food outlet, as well as toilets, showers, laundry and telephones. Wes thinks there may have been a lounge area as well.
Continued on highway 80 which took us past Chicago. The traffic was heavy both ...
... We ended up in a quaint little town called New Buffalo, Michigan. It had a beautiful beach, a nice little pier and a park for kids to play at. Annalena was also ready for a stop because she had just slept 6 of the 7 hours we were in the car already. :)
... me of the Exotic Marigold Hotel.
Drove over to Indiana Dunes state park, located on Lake Michigan. We climbed a very large sand dune...twice. Not sure if it was the touted Mount Baldy, but it was good exercise. Then we went to the water and put our feet in. We could see steel mills on either end of the beach...not something I am used to seeing at the beach. The large pavilion there was a neat building - it was built in the late 20s and had an ...