Travelodge Barrie On Bayfield
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Sunday, elsewhere a day of rest, is my day of activity. I have finally succeeded in rolling out of bed at a reasonable hour since who knows when, while most of the household was still stupefied by the excesses of the night before. So here I am in that Canadian diner classic, Tim Hortons, in the town of Collingwood, having a hot chocolate and a maple pecan danish that are together so sweet, I feel I will be on a sugar high for the rest of my life. But a snack ...
Now my next challenge begins - getting everyone ready and moving so I can get Karen to Winnipeg in three days to catch her plane to Kelowna - yes we can!
Our first stop is the Barrie hospital to see Phyllis. After many attempts to connect with her - she is finally well enough to accept visitors. Mom is very excited!
After two days of no issues with the Rialta, we were confident with the decision to drive Karen to Winnipeg - then the ...
... guide Pauline that then got us through avoiding the long line ups. We had head sets that connected us to her commentary which was a brilliant way of informing us about the Palace. It was super crowded and at times claustrophobic with people overload and stifling air! She gave a play by play description on the Louis the 14 and 15 and moved us explaining the extravagance involved in his era and by the end of the tour you realized why the French revolted and a revolution ...
... while speaking to her more like an adult, rather than a child). This was a truly remarkable display of patience, intelligence and genuine good will on the part of Anwar, and what Sofia took from it cannot be described adequately in a few sentences.
This blog would not be complete without a discussion on the many places we called home during our trip. Let's just say we did not stay in 5-star resorts, except for the 4 nights in Langkawi. If ...
... all over our Beemers. :)
We took off early, around 7 AM. After stopping briefly for a quick breakfast at Timmies (I should have got them to be our sponsor!), we got onto Bath Road, also known as Highway 33, and headed west. This route took us along the shoreline of Lake Ontario. This was a very scenic ride, and could only have been better if it wasn't threatening to rain.
Part of this route took us onto ...