BEST WESTERN PLUS Woodstock Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Heated pool
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Planning... While some who know me might even classify my travel planning efforts as being a tad "anal", I've always felt more prepared for a trip when I've had at least a rudimentary plan for each day. Over the years, all of our family trips began with me spending countless hours creating "the clipboard of fun"; our guide to each day's activities and destination(s). A solo bike trip, without a forced end-date, ...
Libby the owner of Riverbend Acres, had the sleigh and horses ready for us when we arrived. Blankets lined the bench seats that circled the inside of the wagon, plus we brought our own along for our laps. Good thing we brought along mitt & toe warmers that day too; it was -16 that afternoon! It was a team of two Belgian sisters that would be pulling us that day-all 7 adults and 4 kids, plus Libby at ...
... rye flour; which I find hard to find in the grocery stores out here. You can also get farm eggs from a fridge in the back.
There was another store on the property that looked like a country store selling local meats & cheeses and grocery items, but this was closed on Sunday. Just as well, I have a lot baking to do!
... President's Choice offered to buy the recipe. After a lot of thought, he turned them down, since they wanted to change too many things and toy with his creation. So, he's content with his corner café, a solid reputation throughout this part of Ontario and dreaming up more things in his kitchen.
Had we stayed on the Interstate system, we probably wouldn't have gone into Port Hope, Dreamer's Kitchen and any number ...
houses made of hardened mud are scattered about everywhere, and the “roofs” to
protect them from the harsh weather evoked by the cruel weather spirits resting
on the Montes Mountains are just bundles of grass thatched up to form a weak
ceiling. There are no sidewalks-just
dying, yellowed grass, flat with the heavy steps of the villagers. In the
Nothern part of the village lies a feeble animal pen, with just one or two ...