Camp Hither Hills
Travel Blogs from Ottawa
... of the border, the difference in highways in measurable. Most highway speeds in US are from 65-75mph which is up to 120kph and when we were travelling on the Interstate 90 it was always a duel lane carriageway. Canada however, only has highway speeds of 100kph and don’t always have crash barriers. The US also has rest stops located every few hours along the highway where I didn’t see that. Having said all that, not even the US has On ...
... was an Indian Buffett – billed as North Americas largest, but it had just closed. So I biked across the Rideau Canal into the touristy part of Ottawa called Bytown. It was part market, souvenir shops, and restaurants. Very neat area that I’d like to take Pooja too tomorrow. After walking around for about an hour I finally settled down on a Vietnamese Restaurant. It was average and a bit overpriced – as are many things in Canada. I did pass this bakery ...
... the others for fireworks and more drinking. I love fireworks. I also made people light their sparklers so I could plagiarize the "Young Blood” music video by Naked and Famous.
After some getting lost and random cop drama we ended up back at Li’s place and I said goodbye, cause I have to leave for New York in the morning. I went back to Chris and Jordi who were playing Settlers of Catan.
Once again, a GIANT thank you to everyone who made this trip possible (the home team, the Quinns team, Team UK, and all the awesome nurses and friends along the way). Three 'round the world trips in 3 years has been quite the undertaking. I'm hoping to spend next winter in the UK taking a course...we will see what the next year of Livin' La Vida Locum brings.
Thanks for sharing my journey,
... the variety of food items there. Eventually our searched hand luggage was returned. After roll call we were invited to relax in the lounge upstairs where we were able to access the internet or watch a showing of “Avatar”. After midnight we were shuttled to the Best Western Hotel in Courtenay, B.C. and finally “hit the hay”, not entirely sure what was going on. Throughout all of this the military and air staff did a wonderful job ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed