Econo Lodge Holland

409 Us Highway 31, Holland, MI 49423
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Southwestern Michigan Wineries

by febriany

My husband and I are planning to drive to Grand Rapids (from Chicago) in early May, and we are planning to stop by at a winery on the way home.
Would you let us know which winery has the best scenery within ten miles of I-196/I-94?
Thanks!

Re: Southwestern Michigan Wineries

by gkitzmil

One of my favorites with good wine and a very nice restaurant is Tabor Hill. www.taborhill.com

For more choices you can check out
http://www.michiganwines.com/Wineries/wineries

and look under "Lake Michigan Shore"

Greg

Travel Tips for Holland

-Choose begin or mid. month...

by UScutie

-Choose begin or mid. month of MAY to see TULIPTIME festival .Tulip Time is one of the largest flower festivals in the United States,similar Netherlands is the tulip capital of the world.
-If you love beach then go visit nice and pleasant beach called :OTTAWA LAKE .SUMMER time is perfect for swimming and fishing .Around mid JUNE u can jump to the water on the lake . -Colorful TULIP flower over the town and white sand from lake .
-You will have the best fun on the beach(lake),most tourist from Europe come here just for look at sun set and swim.

Saugatuck

by Toughluck

If you're looking for a day to shop in quaint shops, try Saugatuck. It's just 6 miles (10 km) south of Holland. For more information see my Saugatuck page. If you're really into the shops, see VT's Saugatuck page

Visit Two Historic Old Houses

by no1birdlady

There are 2 historic old houses in Holland. One of them is the Settler's House which is a very small 1867 example of an early working class house. It only has 3 rooms but they are furnished in period furnishings that give a glimpse of life for the blue collar worker back in that time. Just down the street from this modest house is the Cappon House from 1873. This was the mayor's house and is very large and ornate. The original furnishings help to show life for the wealthy back at that time. It cost $10,000 which was a lot back then. Both houses have a guide who takes you through the houses and points out things which makes it very interesting. For one thing, in the mayor's house, the expensive furnishings were in the downstairs rooms for show. The parlor is very Victorian. The reason so many of the furnishings survived is that one of the 16 children (a daughter) didn't ever marry and lived in this house and kept it up until her death. Then it became a historic site. They even have the original wallpaper which has been duplicated from traces still on the walls.
You can buy a combination ticket for the museum and the 2 houses. In 2007 when we visited, it was $12.

Folk Dancing at Windmill Island

by basstbn

Authentic (I think) Dutch folk dancing is performed periodically throughout the day in front of the windmill. I admire anybody who can move about so nimbly while wearing these wooden shoes. Apparently they don't have any guys willing to dance, as all the "boys" you see in the dance are girls in boys' clothing.

More photos at my Windmill Island Travelogue.

Windmill Island

by Toughluck

What make's this grainery unique is that it is a windmill from the Netherlands. It's mutch the same and any grain mill that you may have seen. Oh, you've not been to a grain mill before? Then take the time to learn how flour is made from grain (wheat, oats, etc.). Otherwise, the reason to visit is the story of the dutch windmill. Tall, commanding in appearance. They dominate the skyline. To see another, you'll have to go to Europe. If you've seen the real things in low countries, then take time to go inside.

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Address: 409 Us Highway 31, Holland, MI 49423