BEST WESTERN Sault Ste. Marie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Sault Ste. Marie Sault Sainte Marie
I stayed here for one night on my way to Thunder Bay, Ontario. The hotel was as expected with friendly staff and an above average breakfast included in the room rate.
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... that the locals born on the island, refer to those of us not fortunate enough to be born there, as "bridge trash". Arriving on the island by the bridge for our summers spent there I always felt a peacefulness descend on me as I went over the bridge. As you'll see from the pictures that feeling was aided by the beauty all around.
One of the interesting things about the mainland area around St. Joe is ...
... all that bad. :-) But then, anything made outside tastes better. And of course has no calories.
And as I sit here, catching up on reading, emails and this blog, the RVs are rolling in for the night, escorted by the KOA folks on golf carts. They show you to your spot and help direct the big rigs in and help direct people backing in. The owner said as he went by for the 4th time in 15 minutes, "Are you enjoying the RV Show?".
True to the forecasts, Saturday's weather was good for the four hour flight to Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. JP, Johnny (refueller) and another visitor kindly came to say cheerio and to wish us well. The scenery en route to Baie James was noticeably more forested as we flew south with broken clouds above us. It wasn’t long before roads and communities became more frequent. We headed across ...
... shots and getting frustrated. I actually only played 16 holes. Bob had a pretty good game though and it was a beautiful sunny day.
After golf we went in search of wifi. The campground is supposed to have it but we can't pick it up at our camp spot and even standing right beside the office the connection is pretty weak. We found a really nice little cafe with old wooden floors, a comfy couch ...
... I took Indy and followed the Coastal Alvar Trail until it met the Misery Bay trail. The trail was almost completely flat stone (instead of dirt), and the trees gave way to barren clearings every so often, again marked by large expanses of stone. At the water's edge of Lake Huron, I wandered around the beach flats for a bit. The sand was alternately perfect beach sand and very sticky mud that gave way easily underfoot. Indy got stuck at one point... see the photo of ...