Cedar Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Cedar Motor Inn Marquette
Travel Blogs from Marquette
... the serenity and beauty of the lake and surrounding forests and smaller lakes, with very little in the way of population, and I often have the highway to myself. Until a huge logging truck comes barrelling down on me, that is!
The air is so clear here that you can't help but breath deeply to soak it up at every opportunity.
I'm afraid however, that once again, I'm not able to share the vistas with you because ...
Up and at them this morning at 6am after a peaceful sleep. It rained here through the night, but as luck would have it w woke to blue skies this morning. Mia and I drove down to the showers while Bo made breakfast at the trailer. It was nice to have a heated shower. Afterwards I turned on an old cassette I found which turned out to be the soundtrack to RavenRevue - a musical a friend and I wrote back in 1998. Our high school actually preformed it ...
... desperate to do laundry and I wish there was WiFi to upload this. But I am glad we can say we did it. After making dinner we walked the kids down to the lake, we expected we would be taking them to the playground and had specifically asked for a site close to it but once the kids saw the lake it was game over. Both went running in - clothes and all. Being that it was cloudy the water felt warmer and even I splashed around a bit, but the kids ...
Started out this am in Fort Williams Campground where we meet tourist from Germany, Montreal and Calgary. Everyone with their special destination.
Drove into Thunder Bay downtown,(don't bother) there is some lovely old buildings. City hall was about the nicest building there. Interesting place for old, old buildings. Lake Superior is massive, looks like the ocean. Found out that is the largest lake by volume in ...
... well, as long as we didn't have to travel too far. As we headed to Ispheming . . . right away, we had to re-route--as they had part of the road blocked off--BECAUSE OF THE *&^%$@ WATER MAIN BREAK!!
Our first stop was the Yooper Museum! This is a UP must-see tourist trap--and that is how they bill themselves!! And, they are not underselling their lot in life!! Connie and Carol went in to look over the 'shlock' in the shop; Nick showed me ...