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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Park, a wildlife park with all the animals that live somewhere in Canada. You drive through it by car and it's somewhat like a Canadian safari, because most of the animals walk right up to the car and you can feed them if you like. The more dangerous animals are, of course, caged in. We saw numerous deers and wild pigs, one moose (FINALLY! ONE!), arctic wolves, black bears, Bisons, and more deers. Did I mention deers? After our time in the park we made us on our way to Ottawa.
... near the highway (thank God for that!)
- riding on an ATV/Snowmobile trail through gravel and road-width potholes filled with water for 1/2 hour near Gander, Newfoundland in order to detour the highway that was closed for several hours
- riding through Gros Morne Park to Rocky Harbour, Newfoundland
- staying with Jack Slade in Carbonear, Newfoundland and ...
... approached Montreal, the traffic got heavier and heavier and some crazies were driving extremely fast, and my sadness was replaced with high concentration.
Entering Montreal, I had hoped that I could stop by the St. Lawrence river shoreline and take some cityscape photos - no chance, as anywhere I could stop there seemed to be a highway in between, a park with no access for vehicles, or reserved parking lots which I could ...
... new and had 3'000 km on the odometer.
We started our ride at 12:00, but after 15 km, the warning lights for the battery came on, first yellow, then red. We pulled into an Esso station in Montreal and discovered that the battery was dead, and the bike would not start.
I called Monette Sports, and fortunately they ...
... and had planned on doing some hiking. Having looked at a map of the park we had chosen a route that was reasonably long, but not too strenuous. We parked up and set off on our walk. It didn't take long for our plans to change. Maybe about 5 minutes, perhaps less! Mosquito season in this part of Canada has just started and when they come out they come out in force. As we walked along dozens of mosquitoes followed in tow, accompanied ...