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Travel Blogs from Sault Ste. Marie
We left Oakville around 9:30 which, for us, was pretty close to "on schedule" and the drive to Sudbury was smooth sailing. In Sudbury we decided to stop and see the Big Nickel,which is located next to Dynamic Earth. Usually, when we drive through Sudbury we stop at Science North and Dynamic Earth. Both are fun with lots of interesting exhibits ...
... that this will add twenty minutes to our trip. We text Michele's friend that we'll be later than expected for our dinner reservations at Solo Trattoria, so they can adjust our reservations accordingly.
As we finish the detour and get back on Hwy.17 outside of Thessalon, we hear rumbling from the front of our car. I pull over onto the shoulder and get out to see what the problem is. It's a blown-out tire. ...
... this is time consuming when you have accommodations booked kms away.
Poor Richard is driving in and out of the mist and drizzle passed through Pancake National Park where the Agawa native Craft Centre is. Got a green light at the Carp River bridgeworks and red light at Batchawana River bridgeworks. Batchawana Bay is picturesque homes, cabins, camping sites and lots of moored boats. We see lots of ...
... my tent on to the most spectacular sunrise.
Ever onwards, iIproudly led the small cavalcade of cars onto the ferry (I think they wanted me out the way) for the 2 hour crossing to Manatoulin Island.
Some niggles with Claud the bike meant that I was happy to seek out one of the only bike shops on the Island at Mindemoya - Lightfoot bikes. I can't recommend the shop highly enough, Claud was given superstar treatment and I also got the opportunity to add to my ...
... is flowing rapids while the other side is calm water, descending in a starlike manner into Lake Huron. Truly an amazing engineering feat. One of the warmtshowers listings for Sault Ste. Marie is a bike shop called Velorution. They offer camping for touring cyclists in the back of their shop, with showers and a dirt track to boot. There, I met Dustin, a tourist from Alberta who has recently left his job in radio to do ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool