Voyager Inn of Saint Ignace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the beach. The water is fairly warm, though I wouldn't stay in it for long. Nap time! Today we listened to one of my Kate diCamillo (native Minnesotan) faves, "the Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulaine"..music selections were Mara's. She kept it clean with Lourdes and Lucinda Williams. Have to be out of the campground by noon tomorrow. Clear ...
... shore there were places to stop and investigate, the arch, rock totem fields, beautiful homes and shore line. Once back in town, I found a great place to have lunch, Blackened White fish sandwich. I also found the original fudge shop and picked up some fudge to share with everyone back home. After a few more purchases it was time to meet the boat for the return trip. While waiting for the boat, I had the opportunity to visit with a recent high school graduate of ...
Today was one of the most amazing days so far! We started off with a yummy, home cooked breakfast. The shuttle picked us up and delivered us to the Star Line Ferry for our trip over to Mackinack Island. Since the late 1800's vehicles have been banned on this island. You either travel by horse, bike, or foot. They do allow airplanes to land and golf carts on the golf course. It was one of the most beautiful, unique, easy trails we have ridden. It is 8 ...
... Lakes fur trade. This led to the establishment of Fort Mackinac on the island by the British during the American Revolutionary War. It was the site of two battles during the War of 1812.
In the late 19th century, Mackinac Island became a popular tourist attraction and summer colony. There are less than 500 people who live full-time on the ...
... from the mightymac.org website:
Mackinac Island, Michigan is located in the Straits of Mackinac approximately 7 miles east of the Mackinac Bridge. No automobiles (except for government vehicles) are permitted on Mackinac Island. The most common way to reach Mackinac Island is by ferry from Mackinaw City or ...