Travelodge Barrie On Bayfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... kayaking opportunities. If you don't know, I manage a sea kayaking outfitters in Nova Scotia - East Coast Outfitters. www.eastcoastoutfitters.com I would like to find opportunities for more kayaking in our (Canada) winters. Any ways more later. Parents are cooking a farewell meal and I need to open up some wine! Cheers ...
... S on a bench and people watched until the other 3 ladies finished their lunch! A view of The Arc again and some more people watching and we strolled down the street heading back to the Place de Concord. Janet suggested we walk through the gardens and that took us to the Louvre. A beautiful pond filled park with a resident billy goat to boot. At the louvre we new we were across the road and bridge from the museum so we walked from their all the way home. All in all a 10 mile ...
Our next destination was supposed to be Canada's Wonderland. No one told us that it was only open on the weekends come September! Its a good Therese checked it out before we left Huntsville for our short trip down to Vaughn. We found ourselves a campground in Barrie, sleep the night and continued our way to ...
Well, we made it back safe and sound to where it all began...Cedar Beach RV Resort at Musselman’s Lake - just outside of Aurora. This will be the spot where you’ll find us resting our heads until we head south for the winter sometime shortly after Thanksgiving (Canadian holiday).
However, before we carry on to the south we just wanted to wrap things up with our East Coast ...
... but it is good to have my own personal tutor who is patient with me and gives other people schtick for not controlling their descent and crashing into me (especially snowboarders, Mark hates 'em!). I think I have gotten quite a bit better since I first started not that long ago, I'm pretty proud of myself actually! I only fell over a few times, once getting off the chairlift and once getting in line to get on the chairlift. Embarrassing much!? Mark also has ...