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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The rains tapered off yesterday evening and we woke this morning to a deep blue sky and no wind. We continued through forest and lakes throughout the day, rarely driving by much civilization...just a smattering of small settlements nestled in the woods. As has become common over the last days of the trip, we spent much of the afternoon in a steady rain. ...
... approximately value and how the natives get paid for them. We also learn about the blankets that they get or trade for and what the value is of a blanket based on its size and whether or not it was plain m or dyed. In total we spend almost 45 minutes at the encampment and have not even set foot inside the Fort! We make our way out of the bush and to the clearing beside the river where another camp is set up. This is a role player who works for ...
... on display were intriguing. Some items I was familiar with, others were new to me. The kitchen, used to prepare seven and eight course meals during the two week meeting each summer, exhibited many of the tools that made it possible to do this from an open front fireplace! Don, who operates our bread maker, was impressed with the number of loaves of bread they could bake at one time! ...
... we opted for a picture or two and a drive by.
Soon we passed the entrance to Lake Superior Provincial Park. As we passed rocky shorelines and windswept trees it was easy to see how the Group of Seven found inspiration for their painting here. The drive is very beautiful and is apparently listed as one of the most beautiful drives in North America, not sure who wrote the list as ...
... associated pelicans with the ocean and we're far from one here. As a quick google search showed, I have most likely seen a pair of American White Pelicans, apparently common in some lake areas of interior North America. They are migratory birds. Midway through the day, I touched down all the way to the US boarder in Fort Frances. By this time I was feeling tired, I refuelled both the tank and my stomach and kept going. The stretch between Fort Frances and Thunder ...