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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Dryden
Nice room, comfortable up to this company's standards
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Comme personne n'a répondu à ma question d'hier, je vous donne un deuxième indice : la compagnie a perdu quelques milliard dans sa brève aventure canadienne.
En passant la frontière de l'Ontario, m'est revenu la fébrilité que j'avais en entrant au Manitoba le 9 mai. Maintenant j'ai la tête remplie de belles images. Je suis satisfait de …
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This past week was spent in Winnipeg visiting some family. We had lots of fun at museums, in the pool, on bike treks and going to baseball games. The next morning, we left for Ontario and set camp near the town of Dryden. We stayed one night there and then in the morning, left for Thunder Bay.
... Pizza for lunch. Back on the highway Nancy continued her marathon drive through all of Manitoba and into Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan Welcome Centre was just closed for cleaning and we eventually were able to get inside. At this point we hooked up Cynthia (GPS) for help in finding the hotel in Regina . She only had to recalculate once! Driving along the Prairies there was an aroma that smelled like turnips cooking. You wouldn't ...
... travelled by boat on Lake Superior or by train to reach home until Hwy 17 was completed. Also Glenn Gould spent many fishing holidays at the Wawa Motor Inn and his portrait hangs inside the centre. As we travelled west I was recounting our last trip from BC when we saw a bald eagle in every province. I looked overhead (we were topless starting out) and a bald eagle was flying above us. At Terrace Bay we decided to put the top up as it had ...
... Headed out of Thunder Bay, after picking up coffee and donuts and headed west towards Winnipeg. It wasn't long before it started to snow, and it got heavier! Stopped at a gas station to call home, also spoke to Nick, they'd had an earthquake last night measuring over 6, with tsunami warning. Set of again, still snowing, saw a car ...