Nordic Bay Lodge
1880 US 41 S, Marquette, Michigan, 49855, United States
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Elizabeth's Chop House in Historic Marquette
Elizabeth's Dining Room
water beats rocks (over time)
Hey, i was wondering if your club and special nights or anything...Or days where you have to be 21...I am 18 and trying to find the best night to go out iwth my friends.
Re: Matrix Nightclub
Hi !~ :) If you are with your friends then any night is good , its al in what you make out of the night or what the night might make out of you.
I have had some of the best times of my life out on a tuesday nigth just hanging out with my friends !
Smile and laugh :) hahaha i guess thats all i have for you , but better than nothing i guess huh ?
Marquette is a fun town , you shouldnt have much trouble finding something fun !
Well have a great time !~
Travel Tips for Marquette
Go to Presque Isle Park and...
Go to Presque Isle Park and hike in the park, nice hiking path and good views of Lake Superior. A lot of times you can see deer when you driving through the park. Another thing to do is hike up Sugarloaf, beautiful view of Lake Superior and Marquette. I lived in Marquette for 5 years, four of those years attending Northern Michigan University. I have a lot of great memories from living in Marquette. What I miss the most is seeing Lake Superior everyday.
Go to Hogsback mountain!!!...
Go to Hogsback mountain!!! That's kindof a small picture of the view but it's as good as I could find from my trips up there :o) Fondest memory of Sault Sainte Marie: The nature, the beautiful, beautiful forests!!
The Coast Guard Ice-Cutter
You know that spring is nigh when the Coast Guard Ice-cutter Mackinac pays a visit to the harbor. It's usually in mid-march, but sometimes not until April. There have been some years when there's been ice on the lake well into May. At any rate, the Coast Guard cutter is a colorful sight on a winter's day.
Old Bank Building (1892)
A Queen Anne office building, in brownstone and red brick. 110 years after construction, it's still one of the tallest - and most handsome - buildings in town. My dentist has his office here (well, he owns the whole building.)
Every New Years', Marquette has its local version of the Times Square ball drop here. In the cold and snow, thousands of people gather for a moment of mirth and revelry.
"This neo-classical revival structure, designed by Charlton & Gilbert of Marquette, was constructed in 1902-04 at a cost of $210,000. Built of local sandstone, it is the second courthouse to occupy this site. In a case tried here in 1913, President Theodore Roosevelt won a libel suit against Ishpeming newspaper publisher George Newett and was awarded six cents, "the price of a good newspaper." Another case tried here inspired "Anatomy of a Murder," a novel by Ishpeming resident John Voelker. In 1959 the courthouse was the setting of the motion picture based on the novel. The picture was directed by Otto Preminger and the musical score for the movie was written by Duke Ellington. The courthouse was renovated in 1982-84 at a cost of 2.4 million dollars."
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