Homestead House

Address: 3272 Homestead Drive, Mount Hope, Ontario, L0R 1W0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 3272 Homestead Drive, Mount Hope, is near Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum and Willow Valley Golf Course.
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    Reflections on a month of travel

    A travel blog entry by davidastevenson on Oct 23, 2015


    ... Rome, yes. But as Pauline proved on our final day you must have local guidance to see the real city. When terminal 3 has been rebuilt things should be a lot more smooth at the airport. Next time Tuscany and get the train in for a couple of days. Stay in central Rome within walking distance of the many sites. We have to add here our disappointment with the Vatican. The vast number of people crammed into this huge complex does not work. Hundreds of tour groups, most lead by outside ...

    Last day in Canada

    A travel blog entry by vbbennie on Oct 18, 2015

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    ... left for Australia. We only saw the downstairs, but we could imagine the family there especially MM. Dad (David) visited there too. Of course there have been changes - the timber panelling has been painted, a window instead of a door, garage into room, swimming pool, deck put on. Nonetheless we got the vibe. This present owner bought the house in 1984, from a family who bought it in 1965, someone else owned it before then, and after Nana sold it sometime after 1960. From ...

    Final day of training

    A travel blog entry by beaching on Jun 14, 2015

    Today is our 35th wedding anniversary. Spent it by going to karate this morning for the last day of training. 10-11 was Sensei Linda's turn to do the warm up and it was one of the most difficult we have ever done. Everybody was warmed up and there were a lot of puddles of sweat on the floor. Yuck! Sensei told us later that she knows everybody is stiff and tired and it helps to start off really sweating. She was right, my shoulders were less ...

    Things I learned in Africa....

    A travel blog entry by lisaandjames on Aug 28, 2014

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    ... not on the list at all. Cape Town is #27. Cities more dangerous than Cape Town include Detroit, New Orleans, multiple cities in Mexico including Acapulco and Kingston Jamaica. Moans of us have been to one or mor of these destinations without batting an eye. I asked many different South Africans why they think they have such a bad reputation. Most feel it is left over from the apartheid issues of high 90s. I of our out our guides stated that he has been looking in to ...


    A travel blog entry by obrillips on Oct 31, 2013

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    So... Wednesday night it was the M.I.X (McMaster International Exchange Club) Halloween party. We dressed up in our scarecrow costumes/ wrapped burlap sacs around our heads and played with some face paint then walked to the party. It was so strange. We looked creepy as but people didn't even blink when we walked past. They are so used to monsters walking around. We saw all kinds of crazy costumes walking around... but ...