Duluth

Off to Duluth for some Haute and Ashbury type culture on the lake shore. We stayed at the Inn on Lake Superior while in Duluth on Canal Park. We had a fantastic room- the manager that booked our room didn’t disappoint! Our room was a main level suite, lake view, with a door that lead out to a patio and we could come and go as we pleased from our own hotel door. Every night at 8PM the hotel had bonfires complete with all the fixins’ for S’Mores- complementary. In the morning, they had a complementary breakfast of champions. Tiger (aka Arun) made sure we didn’t miss those beautiful views of the sunrise either! He and I took a walk at 5:30AM on Canal Park. I’m glad too… There are two pools at the hotel as well. A roof top pool that is kept at 82-degrees year round. It was actually too hot for us to swim in, believe it or not! Duluth is not for it’s warm weather. We were right in the middle of a ton of restaurants and shops. We didn’t drive the car the entire time we were their, which was perfect! Especially when you have kids! We took the boys to the most amazing Railway Museum we’ve been to yet that included tickets to the Duluth Children’s Museum. We purchased tickets for a 90-minute train ride to Lester River. We sat in the open car on the train- beautiful. Nishad *loved* the museum and the ride. The Boys enjoyed watching international ships come to port and the famous Duluth bridge lift. I really look forward to returning to Duluth and this hotel. Next time, perhaps we’ll stay a day or two more! Duluth reminds me so much of Morro Bay, California. I could live in Duluth, if they didn’t have the winters they do!

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