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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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Travel Blogs from Cadillac
... I forgot that it was Sunday and that there would be football on the radio - so Jonathan had football on the brain and was driving me mad tuning in to different stations. Unfortunately, we'd keep driving out of range, as soon as he'd tune in, so it was a constant job to find the same channel. And is really annoying :-) Arriving later than planned, we got to Roger and Carol' s and it was ...
... that Roger had including a snow mobile - that sounds like fun. I cannot believe how much snow they have here in the winter. I also learned that mountain lions are actually huge - like the size of a proper lion - and hide up in trees. I'm glad that I didn't know this camping! I had a moment of worry when I heard a rustling in the trees and saw a cat - it was huge but it was only the cute family kitty rolling ...
... the SUV and off to the next stop.....now about 9 miles into the race. Still looking pretty good and keeping pace. This time while we waited we saw more of the Ultra Marathon runners coming in.....pretty amazing feat when you think about it. For us, it's like driving to Grand Rapids! A much different crew of people running that race.
Through the woods on this beautiful summer day we headed to the third station. This time Pearson was ...
... to the Tiffin Plant in Red Bay to redo some work they did in Oct. Visited with my niece Amy and her cute kids, visited with friends. Still did not make it to the Coon Dog Cemetery. Tennessee: Nashville! enjoyed the music on Broadway, toured a Confederate Cemetery and took a ride on the General Jackson. Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg- toured Busch's Baked ...
... before Maura arrived. We went to the local gas station/carry-out and ate a piping hot pizza with onion, gassed up the CRV, appreciating another tasty one stop meal. I fell in love with a 1946, refurbished John Deere tractor...