Hexagon House Bed and Breakfast

760 Sixth Street, PO Box 778, Pentwater, Michigan, 49449, United States
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Another beautiful place to...

by inthegarden

Another beautiful place to camp is Muskegon State Park. I absolutely loved the beach in this park. The first picture on this page is the beach just down the hill from the camping area. The picture to the left was taken while hiking one of the parks beautiful trails.

Panguitch Lake cabins

by PA2AKgirl about Bear Paw Fishing Resort

The girl I was traveling with used to work here, so when we went up to visit, they put us in a cabin (free of charge!) for the night. I'm used to pretty rustic cabins, so this was a wonderful surprise when I got inside. They are spacious, furnished, a nice bathroom and shower, kitchenette, card table, extra heater...The whole resort is beautiful--situated at 8,400' on Panguitch Lake, they claim to have some of the best trout fishing you could possibly find. You're about 1/2 hour from Bryce Canyon and a short distance from Zion National Park as well. Given what the cabins are like, this place is CHEAP! There is a great restaurant, a lodge, a post office, store, lodge, phones...it's really a beautiful place. The family who owns it is very nice as well:)

Texas is a beautiful place. I...

by julident

Texas is a beautiful place. I thought it would be all desert but the east is so green, fields of blue bonnet flowers and trees. People miss the real Texas. The people in Texas are all real characters as well and are so friendly. Go out to San Antonio and experience the Mexican influence.
When in Hawaii, find the residential areas if you want to enjoy the best beaches undisturbed. For instance the Kahala neighbourhood where I used to live has beautiful quiet beaches.

The most beautiful place I...

by eagerbeaver2

The most beautiful place I have been was North Carolina. The Pisgah National Forest and The Appalachian Mountains are totally BREATH TAKING. The mountain streams, beautiful trees, the smell of all of the flowers, old log cabbins w/ outhouses, rustic houses that you would never think people live in, so much beauty. The mountains just draw you in, you never want to leave that type of beauty.

Most foreigners miss what the...

by gjuster

Most foreigners miss what the US is about. You can't find out by visiting New York city, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, or any of the other big cities that everyone travels to. If you go to New York City, take a few days to go up to the Catskills. New Jersey looks like the biggest dump in the world, but if you stay out of the New York, or Philadelphia areas, it's a beautiful place to visit.

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New Hampshire

by wilkie2u

Anyone have suggestions of what there is to do in NH. We would be willing to go into Maine or Vermont too. We will be going next summer, probably July time frame. Thanks :-)

Re: New Hampshire

by SkiBlitz

If you plan on going to Vermont, make sure you go to Stowe and Mt. Mansfield, plenty of good outdoor stuff to do in a very quaint (but with a nightlife!) village, Also check out Mt. Washington and it`s weather station !

Re: Re: New Hampshire

by joesorce

Lake cabins are definitely the way to go in NH and Maine, i like Sebago Lake in Southern maine.

Be sure to watch the ON GOLDEN POND DVD before visiting New Hampshire. it will really put you in the mood. And if you are a Katharine hepburn fan, the directors commentary has great tidbits about working with the legend.

Re: Re: New Hampshire

by dracko

For vacationing in NH, Winnepesaukee is definately the spot! Very beautiful place. If you can, though, try to find a spot a little further out from Laconia and Wolfeboro - the two tourist hubs on either side of the lake. Up around Moultonborough may be a quieter place. This may be a good place to stay, and you can make day trips all around. Mt.Washington and the rest of the White mountains are pretty close by, just head north. You got southern Maine within an hour's drive, and Vermont is not too far away either. But you should be able to find plenty to do on and around the lake. There are small amusement/water parks, scenic drives, lots of things to do on the water... Take your pick.


Re: Re: New Hampshire

by wilkie2u

Thanks for your response about NH. I'm really looking forward to this vacation up there next summer. My hubbs and I and our 8 yr old twin boys will be going to Nashua (our friends live there) to visit. Are any of these places suitable for children?

Re: Re: New Hampshire

by Anthro

I would take a trip along the coast-especially around Portsmouth. It's absolutely beautiful. There are also waterslides off Route 1 in Portsmouth.

There is a small amusement park in Salem at Canobie Lake off Route 28 or Exit 2 off of 93. There is a visitors center off Exit 1 and they might have discount tickets.

My boyfriend is from N.H. and said there is nothing in Nashua. But since you're travelling with kids and willing to go to Vermont, he said to go to the Ben & Jerry's factory in Brattleboro where they give tours of the ice cream factory.

Re: New Hampshire

by joesorce


Click on that bottom photo where it says 'click photo to enlarge'....you'll see what we mean about the lake area - gorgeous!

i plan to drive from Las Vegas to San Francisco, any suggested route / hotel?

by irsanb

Is there any nice route with scenery where I can stop or even stay at some cities along the way. Probably via Highway 1.
Any suggestion for the route, hotels (not too expensive, but unique & nice).

Re: i plan to drive from Las Vegas to San Francisco, any suggested route / hotel?

by sufr54

We have no idea where you are from or how you are getting to Las Vegas.

If you are flying in, I would also fly, with possible Southwest Airlines to LAX, rent a car and start your driving trip from there up the 1.

The trip between the LAS AND LAX is not the best of scenery by a long shot. Some people do enjoy the high desert, but I eventually wear out before I get to LAX.

Most of the major routes trying to go north west will take you into Atasedaro, the others will take you into Northern L.A. so I would fly it.

Give us a little more info and we can fill it in all the way up the coast.

Re: i plan to drive from Las Vegas to San Francisco, any suggested route / hotel?

by kathymof

What time of year are you planning on taking your trip?

Re: i plan to drive from Las Vegas to San Francisco, any suggested route / hotel?

by jumpingnorman

Well, a nice place to stop by at and which is "unique" is Solvang --- a nice "Dutch city" in Santa Barbara County, California.

Founded in 1911, Solvang was a Spanish land run by a group of "Danish educators, who traveled west to escape midwestern winters." The architecture of is mostly traditional Danish style, and it's nice to see this little piece of Europe in the USA (with a copy of the famous Little Mermaid statue and a bust of Hans Christian Andersen.

And basically, Santa Barbara County is just a beautiful place in itself. Hope this helps, Norman :)

Re: i plan to drive from Las Vegas to San Francisco, any suggested route / hotel?

by irsanb

thx everyone for the responds. My parents and i plan to go to the states in end of Feb09 from indonesia. We'll arrive in LAX 27 feb, stay in LAX for 2 nites (visiting relatives n friends), then we'll drive down to San Diego, stay 1 nite, then drive to LAS for a convention there (stay 1 week). We'll be departing back to indonesia from san francisco, so i think it would be nice to drive along to san francisco thru highway 1 or other nice cities, then spend 2 or 3 nites in the bay area.


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