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That Thriving Lumber Town

02, January 2015: Back in the 19th century, what was to become the city of Saginaw was once a thriving lumber community. It was inhabited by the Sauk tribe. While the name, “Saginaw” is of Ojibwa language, it was actually a name that came out of a misunderstanding. While the natives were telling Samuel de Champlain that the Sauk can be found at the west shore of Michigan, Samuel de Champlain translated it as Sauk can be found at the east side. 

A visit to the city of Saginaw would not be complete without passing by such places as the Castle Museum of the Saginaw County History, the Ojibway Island Park, the Apple Mountain, the Dixie Motor Speedway, and the Frankenmuth. 

After a long day in all of these places, you need to make sure that you have a place to stay in. Fortunately, there are more than a handful hotels in Saginaw Michigan. One such hotel is the Gratiot View Motel Saginaw Michigan. 

Located along the Gratiot Road, guests of the Gratiot Motel can take advantage of such amenities as access to high-speed wireless Internet, RV and bus parking, access to laundry services, use of the satellite TV with cable channel access provided in each room, complimentary hot breakfast buffet, complimentary newspaper, and use of the copy and fax machine. Non-smoking rooms are also available in this Saginaw MI hotel

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Gratiot View Motel Saginaw Michigan
8435 Gratiot Road, Saginaw, MI 48609 US
Phone: 989-781-3030
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