Boyne Highlands Resort
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- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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... be ordered with mashed potato and gravy or with an Italian marinara sauce!!! I had to post something on Facebook to see the reaction of my Cornish friends :-). Mackinac was a nice place and the lake side (which looks like the sea-side) was pretty. The boat ride to Mackinac Island was fast and so much fun, although a little chilly. The first thing I noticed when getting off the boat was the number of bicycles. There are no cars allowed ...
... were long buildings with little rooms with nothing but the instrument and a stool or chair and concrete walls. Cold in the winter if they can even be used then! The grand stage for performances during the summer is called The Bowl and it is HUGE and it’s outdoors! There are more than 600 performances by students, faculty and distinguished guest artists each year, making Interlochen one of the nation’s largest arts presenters. What fun to get to see ...
it is known for its breathtaking views..
... as it was quicker and down hill and gave us the chance to call at market street which we had passed on the way on the cart. Had a good look around and then called for a meal at an Italian. Geoff had Caesar salad with chicken and I had smothered chicken which had wild rice and broccoli with it. Called for some popcorn and Geoff bought a metal plate with dogs on for his ...
... it is near to the ferry which goes to Mackinac Island. We came across a lot of road works on the way here. We were about an hour and a half just doing around 40 miles. Got held up and drove slowly through the works. At least here when the Tarmac is laid it is smooth not like England where it is loose clippings for ages. We went over Mackinac bridge which cost four dollars. It is about twice the length of Humber bridge. We are now in ...