Comfort Inn Magnetic Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well it was a fabulous trip that we anticipated for 18 mos since we booked it. Very busy but we were treated like VIP's by the Viking staff!. We saw canals of Amsterdam, windmills, castles, cathedrals, museums... So much it is hard to keep them straight when we look at the photos! And, boy, do we have photos! 4 countries in 10 days ( Switzerland barely counts) with just a ...
... much. I would like to visit other areas of the Netherlands, but have so desire to ever return to Amsterdam. The smells of marijuana being smoked were just too prevalent wherever we went. Just not our cuppa tea. We didn't see much of Germany, other than the hotels in Frankfurt and Munich, which were less than impressive. We did enjoy visiting the small towns along the way, but not enough to make a point of returning there. Everyone has their own ...
... out to be the wrong decision as when pulling in, another vehicle was pulling out, but they were in my lane so I reacted and turned on their left, bad idea... Unfortunately, I needed more room so I ended up clipping a big steel post with the trailer. Good news, the trailer was drivable, bad news, two months and almost $10,000.00 later (thank God for insurance) we have the rig back and ready for the road. Arizonia here we ...
The original plan was to take the over night train to Moncton, New Brunswick and catch a bus out to Shediac. A sleepy bilingual town on the coast with Parlee Beach. Was summing it up and the weather wasn't looking at all like beach weather so I decided to just stay in Moncton for the two nights. And it was a pretty good decision actually. The hostel was just a town house in the middle ...
... I think I will stop short of saying the 17 inch wheel was a bad choice. Yes, I had to slow down a bit in the rough stuff, but I don't think I would have enjoyed the twistys of the 389 as much with a larger front wheel with more suspension travel.
My bags worked great. The panniers developed a small tear near where the straps go over the top roll. This is easily repaired. But a strap re-design would be the best option. The weight could be taken off the upper straps with ...