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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Had a little extra sleep (8:30) and did our walks, breakfast ,yes petrol for the wheels and journeyed forward towards Thunder Bay.
My there are a lot of lakes and trees everywhere you look but the road surface is wonderful ( Manitoba's sucked) not a lot of towns, villages etc between Kenora and Thunder Bay except Dryden, cute little Town had a nice walk then shopped and headed out.
Should mention to you the geographical centre of Canada is a short ...
... in 2 hrs. I boarded the plane and as the flight attendants started the safety speech a passenger noticed a leak from the top of the plane. We all had to get off the plane so they could check it. An hour later my flight was cancelled and I had to call my gparents back and say I wasn't coming. Day 2-3 were uneventful just visiting and hanging out. Day 4 we crossed ...
... the remaining sites by switching with friends every three
to four weeks – not cricket in my mind.
That aside, this place is really
peaceful during weekdays and the nights exhibit amazing firefly shows
with thousands of tree frogs chirping. So far we have seen a Fox,
Squirrels and a Black Bear that Bogie chased away. I've been using
Cindy's tandem kayak so Bogie and ...
... and raise so much money.
Having arrived in Thunder Bay quite late with the threat of a thunderstorm we decided to search out accommodation in town and ended up in the dorm at Lakehead University. It was strange staying in a residence room again and I can't say I miss it, although it reminded both of us of fond memories of first year University. Thanks to Travis for giving us such delicious dinner recommendations!
~Amanda & Leon
... lemon was my personal favourite but Shellie wasn't really a fan of them at all. Another couple of hours on the road and our next stop was at the 'Terrace Stanley Fox' memorial, it's located at the point where Eastern Canada becomes Western Canada and marks the sport where Terry had to end his attempt to run a marathon each day to cross Canada from the Atlantic to the Pacific. He was running to raise money for ...