Cedar Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Marquette
Our time in Marathon went quickly visiting with Allison and Phil. The weather has been exceptionally mild and for the most part roads have been good. On the shortest day of the year we did our longest drive leaving Marathon at 8:00 (Allison and Phil were kind enough to meet us for a ...
... don’t recognize the people sitting to my left.
Julie hands me a ginger ale, which she picked up at the store to aid me in the event of nausea.
For some reason, the boat isn’t leaving the dock. When we see Ranger Valerie peering into the comfort station bathrooms, we realize they are missing someone. After ten minutes, the captain comes around to unmoor the boat. "Did you find the missing person?" the stranger next to me asks ...
... Zan! You’re back early!"
“I know, it’s crazy,” she says, putting her book on the table and walking over. “I hiked all the way to the campground, sat and ate, chatted with an old guy named Robert, hiked back, and was back here before eleven.”
With a pack, that would have taken us all day.
Zan doesn’t want to take another hike just yet, so we leave her to her book ...
... outside the shelter.
“I think you’re being too ******* yourself,” she says from inside the shelter. “Think about how you felt last time we did the Minong.”
I remember. I never wanted to come to Isle Royale again. I never wanted to backpack again. All I wanted was to go home to a soft bed and real food. This time, even though I’m exhausted and my feet and knees hurt like hell, I don’t want to leave the island. Give me a day ...
... in downtown Marquette . . . right on the harbor. Parking was a bit of a challenge, having to park on a pretty steep hill, and cross a steep street, but we managed. The restaurant was not crowded when we arrived, but by time we finished, it had a waiting line--and they are so new . . . they do not have their license to serve alcoholic beverages . . . nor is there elevator (they are on the second story of an old building) been inspected for ...