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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Clearly we are still on Newfie time because even I was up before 8 a.m.! Pickings are getting slim for breakfast but we had some yummy French toast with some of Jim's smoked sausages. We are not going to kill ourselves with driving today, yesterday was really too long, especially after just getting off the ferry. We still have about 13 hours of driving time to get home to Ottawa, so we'll drive about half that today. That way we can really enjoy our ...
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Sidewalk snacking is usually more associated with Asia, Africa or Latin America, but the French Mediterranean city of Nice is also famed for its street food. The labyrinthine history of the city is uncovered through local delicacies including pissaladière (caramelised onion tarts), socca (chickpea pancakes), and tourtes de blettes (sweet tarts with chard and pinenuts). Artisanal cheese shops and butchers are also included on the ...
Two days at this campground. Right on the lake.. Great spot..
Le camping est situé sur la rive du Lac Témiscouata et bordé par la piste cyclable le Petit Témis. Véritable amphithéâtre avec son aménagement par paliers, les terrains de camping permettent à ...
After another good night at the hotel and a late night dip in the hot tub we felt ready to continue on to Bonaventure. Larissa left St. Hubert at 4:30am and had made it to Edmundston to meet up with us at the hotel so we could drive down all at the same time . It had been raining all night and had not let up. We decided to have lunch in Kedgwick at a tiny resto stop called Yum Yum. They have good old ...
... that they were not frozen but it was not a good morning for my back. When we woke up Bo cranked up the heat for us and I did some yoga but definitely needed more time out of the car. Even with a stretch morning we were still leaving the grounds by 8:30am - and we learnt the furnace works like a hot damn. I was excited about hitting the road knowing that today had Ottawa ahead as well as the end of Ontario, which I now refer to as Tree, Rock, Lake, Repeat. It was clear ...