Blue Mountain Inn

Address: 108 Jozo Weider Blvd, The Blue Mountains, Ontario, L9Y 3Z2, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 108 Jozo Weider Blvd, The Blue Mountains, is near Le Scandinave Spa at Blue Mountain, Village at Blue, Scenic Caves Nature Adventures, and Blue Mountain Ski Resort.
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        Travel Blogs from The Blue Mountains

        The Bones of Winter

        A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 22, 2015

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        ... of a land that is painful and lovely and, in belonging to it, demands sacrifice. The last two days here are to be filled with goodbyes and hugs and packing and tidying and an end-of-season bowling party and my last shift on the desk. It is another limbo of sorts, the extended limbo of leave-taking. I don't handle endings all that well; I struggle with the emotions and sentimentality and become gruff and monosyllabic and push people from me. ...

        Tomorrow We Start Again

        A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 18, 2015

        Today is wistful and bright, the resumption of tranquility in the wake of the wildness of St Patrick's. There are people sitting on the benches outside with their arms bare, even though it is bitterly cold again. They are chatting with their hands thrown over their faces to ward off the glare that bites at everything, that flashes up from the snow that has melted and frozen so many times these past few days as the warm thaw has struggled desperately ...

        See you at the Next Location

        A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 16, 2015

        Tonight found me staring out of the window. It was busy at work on the desk, lots of complicated issues and abrupt guests, but then again, nothing seems to matter as much now as it once did, or perhaps the winter has hardened me? All of a sudden about seven o'clock, it wasn't busy anymore and night fell and the beautiful one sky of the mountain was velvet and deep and true. The window beckoned. I stared. I was thinking about the nature of endings, about how ...


        A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 09, 2015

        ... so the spring can be born, so I feel that all the people I have met and befriended here in this place might soon be ripped from me. They will leave yawning holes that will weep silver water for days, weeks to come; a sadness will reign in my heart like an unyielding splinter of winter. But it provides the fertile soil for the experiences of tomorrow. The more that a human heart ruptures, the more open it lies, the more pathways there are inside of ...

        Enter the Ghosts

        A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 06, 2015

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        ... coming to Canada*. It doesn't often happen to me even back home, but it does happen to someone I know on a regular basis, leading to many otherworldly moments that she tells me of with a mixture of annoyance and affection. The second form of ghostliness is when you go somewhere new and get the uncanny feeling you have been there before. A sort of extended, transmigratory déjà vu, you put out your arms in disbelief, spread your hands in wonder and shake your head. ...