BEST WESTERN PLUS Woodstock Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We got on the road at 8:00 again on Saturday (well 8:04 to be exact). The drive to Confederation Bridge was uneventful which is a good thing because it meant the road was good and the vehicle and the boys behaved. (sometimes boring is ok). One of the straps did come off the roof top carrier so I had to pull over and take it off. And there was an occasion or two when I was tempted to sing Paul Brandt's song Convoy.
I'm thinking that on another trip east, ...
It has been 5 months since our trip to Slovenia. I have had many happy memories of the experiences we had while in Slovenia. I have enjoyed compiling this book.. At this point I am going to go through and add several pictures. They are in no special order but I ...
... color even be described? The maples here have dark, almost black trunks and jack-o-lantern orange leaves that are echoed in the elaborate displays of Halloween already decorating many of the front lawns we pass. The dark rock here is looks like fireplace slate and it shows its hard and unforgiving face as we pass through sections they have blasted. We are back on the Trans-canada highway for awhile, and it is in great shape as a national highway should ...
... camping gear. They also have campgrounds for folks like us that everything contained. We stopped at the entrance to get a map of the place and see what else was to be seen. Well guess what? This is not a National Park after all. It is a provincial park but the Quebecers call them "national parks". We had to pay $7.50 a piece, but found that to be well worth it. The park is only 33 square miles strung along the rugged coastline and home to ...
... but it was clean and functional and suited the purpose.
Near by is Hartland, New Brunswick, the home of the longest covered wooden bridge in the world so we drove up to have a look and a drive across. These types of bridges were considered scandalous in the olden days, because couples would take the opportunity for a kiss when driving across in the horse and buggy, unseen by most. The bridge is about 100 years old and though it's made of wood, the foundations ...