Autumns isn’t usually a time when I receive many postcards as people don’t tend to travel. But my mother recently went on a tour of Ontario and Michigan to see the fall colours. I received this postcard from her trip to Mackinac Island in Michigan.
I’ve wanted to go to Mackinac for years as it’s so historic – it’s where Canadian and British troops defeated the Yanks during the War of 1812’s Battle of Mackinac Island – and unique – no cars allowed and the site of the world’s longest porch!
Just saying Dining Room in French, doesn’t make it more elegant. Neither does their over-the-top prose:
“A stroll through Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island Michigan is always a feast for the senses, but no one place in the the hotel so lavishly indulges the senses as the main dining room. The Salle a Manger is an impressive 3,400 square-foot room that can comfortably seat over 750 gues in a delightful atmosphere.”
“Hi! Don’t say I don’t send you postcards! Ha! Ha! Love mom.”