Best Western Crossroads Motor Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Crossroads Motor Inn Thunder Bay
This place is great! Super clean. Great pool, even long enough to do laps. And a sauna! The room is great and the staff is super nice. Highly recommend.
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Day one of my journey was probably not the best way to start a four month backpacking trip. My flight into Thunder Bay was cancelled. I had called my grandparents right before I was about to start boarding my plane to tell them that I was going to be there at 530 and asked if they could pick me up. After 5 mins my granny finally believed me that I was coming and we hung up ...
... paddle around the bays when
the wind hasn't whipped up the waves. If you check the map, Dog Lake
is pretty large, about twenty kilometres long.
The fun last weekend was when a
half-dozen large trees fell across the road blocking in the weekend
warriors until the Ministry of Natural Resources sent a crew to chain
saw these suckers up into future firewood (cut to that length as ...
... and has an old world town center and shopping district. They are separated by a low lying section of tacky shops and neon -- the auto parts stores and discount clothing stores, and my motel. What I found out later was that the grain terminal is getting less use than it used to. I went to visit on Saturday morning, and it was dead. The guy who took care of it said he thought it had to do with the deregulation of grain trade in Canada, and the ...
... in a wet campsite we'd drive to Terrace Bay for some much deserved bacon and egg breakfast. On our way out of Neys provincial park we saw a wild Lynx in the brush - we thought it was a cougar at first but confirmed it was a lynx - super cool! Actually our wild life sighting so far includes the lynx, a rabbit, wild turkey and some seriously hungry mosquitoes.
From there we drove to Ouimet Canyon Provincial park. The canyon was ...
Sunday 31 July 2011. As the day progressed we realised that the Sunday was a wind-down day at AirVenture. We were desperate to get a blog out covering our activities over the last three days and with some interruptions spent the best part of five hours achieving this! Patrick took time out to visit the weather briefing centre (it looked good for tomorrow's departure) and to collect the autopilot head; he was able to quickly refit it in the EZ without any problems. There was ...