Marlborough House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Island Winery, and of course we had to bring a couple bottles home for the evening. We also drove through Point Pelee National Park, a famous bird migration route, spotting wild turkeys and a cougar. We were pretty excited to see wild things that were alive because our road kill count is over 100! So now, it's off to Michigan and then heading west towards home. Wonder what adventures we will have on the ...
It is with both joy and sadness that we begin in earnest our journey back to Canada. Joy at seeing friends and family again, and settling down in our own home and work duties, and sadness at soon leaving this marvellous experience behind.
Today was rather misty but we made a valiant attempt to get a sense of the vast expanses of waterfront parkland the city of Chicago has preserved and ...
... the water, the flies weren't as bad - boy was he wrong.
So, I hopped off the bus, said goodbye to Joanne and was off to see the "Tip". I figured I might never get a chance to see this place so I might as well try and get to it.
I first had to walk through some woods - which were full of the Stable Flies. I kept saying to myself that once I was out of the woods - the stable flies would not be so bad. Unfortunately, this was not the case at all. On ...
The drive from Brockville to Leamington took us approximately 8 hours (which included rests to eat, refuel the car and bathroom breaks).
As we approached Leamington, we saw rows and rows of very large greenhouses. We later found out from the staff at our hotel that the greenhouses grow a variety ...
... is owned by the town of Port Glasgow, which seems to exist solely to operate the rv park and nearby marina. There doesn't appear to be a town center or business district, just farms and summer cottages. The park is, of course, very neat and tidy.
The manager of the park is a sailor who is planning to sail down the intercoastal waterway to Florida as soon as he buttons up the rv park for the winter. He said we ...