BEST WESTERN PLUS Dryden Hotel & Conference Centre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Dryden Hotel & Conference Centre
Nice hotel; reasonable price; high quality than I've been used to on this trip!
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Today was a late start as the bike was being serviced by the Winnipeg HD dealer so I didn't get on the road until just before noon.
The hotel that I stayed at is located on the east edge of Winnipeg, on the Trans-Canada Highway. This area is primarily industrial so there was little to do while waiting for the bike. I went for a short walk …
It's Hanson blogging from Dryden, Ontario. This is my first of many blogs about my trip across Canada. To let you know what is happening, I've decided to blog each week and summarize it into a few paragraphs. So far, we have traveled through Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba visiting friends and ...
... ring finger and the back of my hand. By the time we got back in the car the swelling, heat and itch were driving me to distraction. Going topless and beating the rest of the hungry flies we drove into Manitoba, Nancy behind the wheel. We spotted 2 deer today , the second grazing by the side of the road, oblivious to the traffic. At Portage La Prairie we were helped by the Shoppers Drug Mart pharmacist to ease my discomfort and then stopped ...
No early start today. I waited until 8:00 am for Nancy to wake up - almost put a mirror under her nose. We filled our water bottles with ice, grabbed muffins and headed down the road to the big Goose where we dined on our Timmy Ho breakfast. The Information Centre displays a wealth of artifacts, souvenirs, amethysts, and paintings and the outdoors boasts a number of billboards telling the history of the fathers of Wawa. We learned that prior to 1960 ...
Woken by a bloody train blowing his horn! It was 7.50am, had a shower and a brew and set off downtown to see the grain elevators. So far we have travelled over 3000km and not seen deer, drive down the waterfront road in Thunder Bay and they were everywhere! Stopped at a park along the lake and went for a bit of a walk, I ended up with ...