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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Travel Blogs from Thunder Bay
Ditches full of wild flowers, ferns and lupine, along with lots of spruce and cedar trees are a constant as we travel towards Thunder Bay. The lupine growing in abundance in what is essentially rock is a testament to my lack of a green thumb; I have tried several times to grow these "easy" perennials with no success. Kakabeka Falls are definitely with the stop! The refreshing mist from ...
... 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 ...
... to the bridge costs $20 … each! We were expecting $5 or maybe $10 at most! Plus it was going to be an hour of hiking! Now this sounds like we are being unreasonably cheap but if you saw the look of the place you would think you were getting overcharged as well. Especially without knowing what the bridge was actually going to look like. We said "no dice" and drove the 13km (or whatever) back to the highway.
The next stop was an amethyst ...
... the Wheat Board. Now the grains could go out directly to China via Vancouver or Prince Rupert, without having to take a turn around the American continent. It could also be a little early in the harvest.
The trip down from Kenora was smooth. I met someone at the guest house in Minnedosa and asked whether I should spend the night at Kenora or Dryden -- the next village along the way towards Thunder Bay. She made a big argument for ...
... 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 ...