Arlington Hotel

Address: 106 Grand River Street North, Paris, Ontario, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 106 Grand River Street North, Paris, is near Pinehurst Lake Conservation Area and Brant Conservation Area.
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Travel Blogs from Paris

Strolling along the Grand

A travel blog entry by melapet on Sep 22, 2014

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... and Joh H. Hall's Linen Shop to be exact. Then a fresh apple fritter. They actually do not even cut up the apples until after you order. YUM!

the drive to Paris and back to the house was dotted with the colored of fall. This area still hasn't hit it's peak, but starting to look beautiful.

Going to try to get to sleep soon so I can make the train tomorrow. Talk to you tomorrow!


Day 115 - Gaspé

A travel blog entry by aliceshaw on Sep 02, 2013

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... movie in 3D which was good, although I may have missed a little bit of it due to falling asleep... Went for a run when we got back - coldest run of my travels! Temperature definitely dropping now. Had trout for dinner and watched the final of a masterchef type programme whilst Matis quizzed me on my travels and what I did this week. Now in bed an pretty sure I'm going to sleep ...

The Calm Before the Storm...

A travel blog entry by webco_abroad on Aug 15, 2013

FINALLY the last night before I head out on a more or less 24hr journey to Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC)!! I'm flying with Korean Air all the way and includes a 14hr flight to Seoul, South Korea, where I I will have a 5hr layover before getting back in the skies for a 5hr flight to HCMC. This flight will rank right up there with the longest I've been on; the other 2 longest would be a 12-13hr flight to Tokyo from London, UK. And the other ...

Things Can Suddenly Surprise You

A travel blog entry by luv-n-laughter on Aug 06, 2013

5 comments, 11 photos

... a tractor or other machine to move them. Another difference is that there are many dairy farmers in this part of Canada, some large and some smaller. The farms are small and usually within walking distance of one another, but the most interesting of all the differences are the barns. In the west we are used to seeing the standard hip-style roofed barns but out here they are all peak-roofed and every one that we saw has a silo. They are made with ...

Why I Chose Vietnam

A travel blog entry by webco_abroad on Jul 16, 2013

Hello everybody, thanks for taking time to stop by and have a read!

Some of you may know me very well, as a friend or member of family, others may know me somewhat less. Either way, friends in Ottawa will know I've spoken for sometime about getting out into the "real" world and teaching English. I was adamant I wanted to go to South Korea, and I'm still strongly considering it for next February, but ...