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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Today I wake up a little bit early and I am frozen. Last night Jim had turned off the air conditioning because he thought it was cool enough in the room. I asked him to turn it back on and he did, but he left it running on high; I guess he didn't hear me say to turn it onto low. This morning, I am covered with a sheet and he is wrapped in the blankets as snug as a bug. I swiftly tug at the blanket and it lets loose from his grasp. He picks up his head but ...
... tin and blacksmith shop.
We are aware from the program sheet that there will be a “skirmish” between North West Company men and Lord Selkirk’s soldiers. We are sitting listening to a cask maker describe what is involved in making a cask when a voyager comes in and asks for his help. We follow these men out and there is a definite buzz in the air. The Selkirk soldiers are gathering and over in the farm area two soldiers ...
... for a small but enthusiastic crowd at 7:00 pm. We sold so many Awkbird T-shirts, and seeing kids excited to purchase our merchandise and wear our puppets was really really cool. My family watched the show and then treated us to wine and a fancy dinner on the Waterfront at a restaurant called Bight. THUNDER BAY: CHECK!!! Back onto the road tomorrow.
... the morning but I didn't realize the mine was about 30 minutes east of Thunder Bay - missed opportunity - sorry mom.
It was dusk when we finally made it to Thunder Bay. We took the opportunity to see our last site for the day - the Terry Fox Memorial. The Terry Fox site and story are very moving. At age 18, Terry was diagnosed with bone cancer. Wanting to raise money for cancer research, he began his Marathon of Hope walk across Canada departing ...
... 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