well, my wife and i decided to take it easy the other day and gave the kids to grandma and headed to indiana (michigan city on lake michigan) to stay at a secluded INN:<br><br><a href="http://www.creekwoodinn.com/">Here</a><br><br>looks like it was a good time to be away from the forum. glad to see things should be getting better. <br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
Loc: the ancient forests of MiddleE...
looks great mate..!<br>Can you tell me which trees they are in front, by any chance?<br><br>=============================================================<br>| "Behold the Turtle, he maketh no progress ==== until he sticketh out his neck." |<br>=============================================================
it was not a bed and breakfast as far as i know, but it was very personal like a B&B. actually, it is listed in one B&B guide...aw heck, what do i know? it was beautiful. king sized bed in a king-sized room...i always know a place is pretty good when they give you terrycloth robes to wear. i just kept waiting for larry and his brother daryl and his other brother daryl to walk through the door. ;-)<br><br>treebeard - i don't know the trees in the photo. we went walking in the woods and there were some signs describing various trees and plants, but i didn't pay particular attention. we did see 6 deer and that was cool. sorry.<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
The trees where well, treeBeard trees.<br><br>B&B serves you breakfest, most likely a continental cusine - like pastries and coffee and thats it. Fend for yourself after that.<br><br>B&Bs just have that ambience that I love, As for Larry and his brother Daryl and the other brother we all are surrounded by them.<br><br>
that's what i thought...i have stayed in B&B before and always remember the exquisite breakfasts. this place a nice breakfast, but it was of the continental variety - fruits and coffee cake-type stuff. not elaborate, but certainly nicer than a regular hotel continental breakfast.<br><br>on a side note, we stayed at a baymont inn near st. louis recently. this was my first experience with the hotel. it was wonderful. they were very nice, clean, roomy, inexpensive, and did i say nice? we had two children with us and before breakfast was over, they had brought us a washcloth to clean the kid's faces from the jelly and oatmeal - we didn't even ask. i'll be staying there again in the future.<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
Looks fantastic. As someone who grew up in the midwest (Ohio) I miss seeing giant trees, providing shade to old looking buildings like these.<br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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