Black Lab Inn

Address: 1429 Lowen Dr. , Ottawa, Ontario, K1V1H3, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Riverside South - Greely area of Ottawa, is near Ottawa Locks, GoodLife Fitness Club, Watson's Mill, and Nepean Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Ottawa

On the Road

A travel blog entry by ed411 on Feb 25, 2015

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We here we are at the Toronto airport. Waiting, and waiting, I'm told it's the thing I do best, especially since I have practice at it. It was snowing hard in Ottawa when we left and I called our friends who were taking us to the airport and asked them to come earlier that we had arranged. It was a good thing since traffic was heavy and when we heard from our friends ...

Close Up and Launch

A travel blog entry by rdtodd on Dec 10, 2014

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       This first entry will be a catch up as we have been in London for a few days now. More on London in the next entry. Close up of the cottage went well although we did not get away as soon as we had hoped. After a quick goodbye to our friends and neighbours we were off to Halifax. Spent two great nights with Kristen and Charlie in their first home. What a find. Lots of room both inside and outside. They ...

Saturation Point, or The Art of Letting Go

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Nov 16, 2014

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Today was odd. Lots of false starts. Sick of trying to figure out my way in places I don't know. Tired of being an outsider. It's saturation point. I am a bit exhausted with touring and would rather like to get back to doing some proper work, but alas it is my fate to travel right now. I chose this path and must walk it. Getting lost in the Rideau Centre was the opener, surely one of the least user friendly shopping centres in the world. The maps are hard to ...

Felling so blessed

A travel blog entry by sherlynheng on Nov 02, 2014

Nice - At train station 6 am. Only Paul bakery is opened. Saw two black men sharing one apple turnover. Me? I had one large tuna sandwich and a steaming hot chocolate; and ta pao - butter croissant, chocolate croissant and raspberry francier. Feeling so ...

Day in Montreal before travelling to Ottawa

A travel blog entry by ozray on Sep 25, 2014

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... into my camera backpack after taking my camera out, which I also carried and when he came back he was really shocked to see that I had reduced the weight by over 5 kgs, so he gave me a clearance sticker and said, "you really deserve that" (ha ha). Then later when he was gone I put the tripod back in.
Well the train was going along smoothly, when we suddenly slowed down and there was an announcement that the train in front of us was involved in a level ...