Best Western Crossroads Motor Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Crossroads Motor Inn Thunder Bay
Travel Blogs from Thunder Bay
Our second day begins on the train, and we are still in Ontario. I think I'm getting a feel for how vast our nation is... Or how slow travelling train is! But all possible negativity aside I am loving the progress, and the time it gives me to just enjoy the low changing of the landscapes around me. Michael I think likes the stops and slows so that he has time to think and capture or prepare to capture ...
... 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 ...
... br> Today's drive took us around Lake Superior's rugged coastline. I tried to set the mood with Gordon Lightfoot singing The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald but apparently it isn't on my iphone and there was spotty signal reception so I couldn't download it.
Our first stop was at Pancake Bay. We had planned a nice stroll along the water's edge but since it was ...
... hike from the parking lot, but it is over 30 degrees today and sunny, so it was super hot! We managed to make it to the first look out pod. The canyon is likely another result of the soft diabase eroding over time - it is a large canyon.
From there we stopped at the Terry Fox memorial just outside Thunder Bay - it is here becasue that is as far as he made it on his Marathon of Hope tour - he ran over 5000 km. Incredible! We ...
... number of Burt’s 300+ aircraft designs made from Lego bricks by his son, Jeff. We wandered around the various exhibits and reached the Eagle Hangar, housing WWII aircraft and displays. It appeared that the Museum was geared towards encouraging children into the delights of aviation from Lego through to plastic kits to radio-controlled flying aircraft. At the bookshop near the exit, even if we had wanted to purchase a memento, the shelves were almost bare!