RubyRed2015

RubyRed2015

Delton, MI, United States

Wander in Wonder!

November 30, 2021
Rated 1.0

This is on private land and currently not open to the public. The website says March 2022 they will post more information about the future of in person visits.

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November 30, 2021
Rated 5.0

Stumbled upon this place and glad I did. The views are breathtaking. The monument is very sobering and educational. If you just stop to see the monument you can be in and out in 15 minutes. If you continue the trail to the brewery, and house, plan to be a couple hours. Well worth the time to peruse the grounds, and read about the history. Definitely worth the small admission price: $4 adults/$3 children and seniors.

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November 30, 2021
Rated 5.0

1.1 mile loop around the house and overlook of the brewery. If you care to do a little more venturing, a loose & rocky road will lead you to the lower level. All in all, a little over 2 miles. Well worth a couple hours to stretch your legs and learn some pretty cool history. They are doing a great job of restoring things to their original luster!! $4 per adult, $3 for children & seniors.

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November 30, 2021
Rated 5.0

This statue is actually at 101 East Court St. on the front lawn of the Guadalupe County Courthouse. Went to the address listed and did not see anything. Found thanks to satellite map image.Cool for a quirky photo op & to stretch your legs. The local historical buildings are also cool to look at.

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November 30, 2021
Rated 4.0

The location is actually on the corner of River and Oak Street’s. A few other historical buildings on the same block. Worth a stop with in the area, not so much if you’re going out of your way to see them. 2 PM on a Tuesday in all buildings were closed. Looked as if they had not been opened in quite a while.

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November 30, 2021
Rated 4.0

Like the other reviewer said, this address takes you to a log cabin kitty corner. Several historic buildings on the block. Church, a cabin, this place, and the little doll house. Nothing was open on a Tuesday at 2 PM. Still enjoyed peering through the windows in reading about the history. Also took a picture of the large pecan statue in front of the courthouse, and enjoyed driving around town seeing the old buildings.

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November 30, 2021
Rated 1.0

Not sure where this business is at, went to this address and it’s a trade school. Maybe next time through the area.

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April 17, 2021
Rated 2.0

For $80 a night, it’s a bit steep. No Wi-Fi, no breakfast, no refrigerator, no microwave, not really any amenities. While the pictures posted look fantastic, the rooms and furnishings are heavily dated (and NOT as nice in person). Mirrors are pitted from years of cleaning. No USB outlets and windows could use a good cleaning inside and out. One plus is that there was no smells in the room. For a one night stay, it was acceptable. But doubt as if I would be back.

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April 17, 2021
Rated 1.0

Don’t go here thinking that you can drive down and see anything without paying for it. $10 per person admission. And you can’t even take a picture of the trees without paying for the admission. Complete waste of time and effort.

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April 17, 2021
Rated 5.0

Nice stop and well-maintained. However $10 for an adult admission is a bit steep. 30 minutes is about all that’s needed.

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