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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... is a well used poorly maintained tired old campground. It has mostly an assortment of travel trailers parked here permanently. The residents don't see many motorcyclists and pay particular attention to us. We go for a refreshing swim in the river after setting up camp. Dinner is at Dimitri's. I park around back and as lee found a spot in front. As I get off my bike, a guy approaches me signaling with his right hand. He apparently ...
... until 5pm when I was meeting Libby at the Toronto star Starbucks. In the evening we met her friends Sara and Katrina for delicious mexican at a super cute place in the Annex where Libby lives. We then went for a walk and saw Casa Loma castle. We had a cigarette as we discussed family...we never had much of a chance to talk about things like that one on one so it was really nice but emotional to revisit these feelings.. Wednesday Today ...
... couldn't possibly know anyone in Canada) - How do you know these 'friends' in Canada? Us - They're Aussies living there C - Ah (this explains everything). And do you have some 'gifts' for these friends? (said with a knowing smirk) Us (looking blank and immediately thinking of the gift I bought for Sue's birthday) - Ummm C (sighing at having to explain this to us) - Cigarettes or alcohol? Us - Uh, no. C (bored by now) - Anything to declare? Us ...
July 14th - day 71
Today we gifted Matt with Marmite (a
small token for all the help he's been to us here in Toronto) and
headed out. We mainly needed to do laundry so went to a campground
south of Ottawa (In Johnstown) which is our next stop. The Grenville Park Campground
was very nice, scenic, lots for the kids. On the down side the
showers were $1 a pop, laundry was ...
... and easy way to handle the preparation. We also became fans of Pillsbury products because they were a no mess solution to baking. It’s not something we’d do at home, but was so convenient while traveling. Final thing we learned was to have a duplicate set of everything (dishes, pots, sheets, games, etc) that stay in the RV. If the RV is fully stocked with the basics, then all we have to worry about is our clothes and bathroom ...