Auberge de la Gare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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What a gorgeous day! After some breakfast and catching up on the world news via Facebook, while Karen did some work, we headed out for a drive up into the Gatineau region.
Beautiful color along Hwy 5. Too busy and too fast to stop and take pictures.
We went to Wakefield -a lovely little town where some of the distant relatives live (but they are on a ...
... her wedding celebration next summer in 2015. What a beautiful setting atop a mountain in the Gatineau hills with breathtaking views.
We then traveled down to see one of Wakefield's historic sites, the beautiful red covered bridge. It's a magnificent sight. Below was a group of young folk swimming in the river and sucking up the sunshine.
We then travelled into Wakefield village for ice cream cones and ...
... reach and ran, hoping it included a toothbrush.
With the unfortunate knowledge of limited open restaurants and no way into downtown, we opted for the Broadway Bar & Grill attached to our hotel (http://www.yelp.com/biz/broadway-bar-a nd-grill-ottawa-4) which surprisingly was extremely satisfying after a long day of driving. I mistakenly ordered a margarita, but the greek salad, medium wings and bbq chicken wrap all hit the spot. We were able to hear all of ...
... took almost a year to get to us, as the first time it made it all the way to London before running out of postage and was sent back. Ours took almost 3 months but they both made it eventually.
Ever since out trip to Europe where we had met so many nice Australians and Kiwis we had been talking about taking a trip "Down Under", and staying in contact with Loz only cemented the idea. About a year ago we decided for sure ...
I just finished my nap when I heard Bilbo's voice. I jumped right up and there he was with the keys. He unlocked the door and told me that I needed to follow him. I did what he told me and we ended up in a room full of barrels with all the dwarves. He had a plan for us to escape. I didn't like the idea but it was our only option. Since ...