Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We made a stop in Port Hope, Ontario on our way to Burford. Cathy's Dad's brother, John, lived there for many years with his wife Ruth, and two children Don and David. John passed away this year and Cathy did not make it up to funeral. It was nice to see Ruth and Don, and hopefully see David, if we make another stop in on our way home in ...
... us so far and so faithfully (thank you George and Evelyn Bell!).
After such varied landscapes through the many states and provinces, we are newly captivated by the glorious fall colours we are seeing along the highway. What a great and beautiful country we live in!
And so ends our Western Adventure. Now looking forward to seeing our kids again, our good friends and extended family, too.
... Parliament building and other older buildings. Went on more sight seeing around Ottawa, but just from the car since it was still raining. If it's fine in the morning, we will go and look through the Parliament building before we travel on to our next family. This family were at the weekend retreat too, so wi ll be great to catch up with them ...
June 20-23: We were invited to spend a weekend with the sister club to the Bytowners, the Qinte Kampers. We headed down there to see how much fun we could have with them. We camped at the Coburg East Campground just east of Colborne Ontario. Great area to explore. We ended up buying some Christmas presents ...
... and that took us further past Winchester...but it was the only way we could do it. We had a few hours spare in Ottawa so we thought we might as well see the capital again while we was there. We just went around the markets and got a bite to eat. Ottawa is a quiet capital, well that's what it seemed when we was there, I expected it to be really busy but it was properly less populated and busy then Liverpool would be on a week day. Not ...