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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we can fit something else in if there is time.
We head out the door at around 10:00. I need coffee today, and a breakfast sandwich will go down well too. As Jim drives I am looking up Amethyst Mine Panorama. It is where we want to go and will need the help of Samsung Susie. Susie helps me out and Jim arrives at Tim Hortons without a problem. The drive-thru lines are a little busier today than they were yesterday but they move quickly and we place ...
... a canon. We can hear loud voices coming closer and they sound as if they have been drinking. The soldiers and the North West Company employees meet in the field and neither wants to stand down; cannons are fired, bayonets and muskets are being shot and it all ends with an injured role player being dragged away and another being put in jail.
Our next visits include the Council House and the Navel Shed and then it is time for ...
... My frustration escalates to the point of my yelling and crying. I almost want to turn around and go home. Jim pulls over and stops while I have my little meltdown and waits while I eventually get GyPSy programmed. We begin moving again. “So how long are you going to hate me for that?” I ask. Jim shrugs. “We’ll see,” is his answer to me. Not a minute later, he tunes in my radio station. “Not long, I guess. I ...
... quietly and reflect on the year long journey that we have taken. You think the muse will magically connect all the dots and present a packaged "feeling" of how it was. Thank goodness it’s not like that! Day to day life on this adventure was unpredictable, exciting, strange, difficult, busy, quiet and fun. So is life, once you arrive home.
Bathroom taps need to be fixed. Family needs to be hugged and thanked for all they did for us while we were away. ...
... said, the view of Lake Superior and the Canadian shield definitely is a treat for the eyes.
My aunt greeted Sarah and I at her place in Thunder Bay. We will be spending the next two nights at The Hillcrest House - a mansion that was built in 1901, and can be found on the Ontario Properties Heritage Database! This place is absolutely dripping with character and history. It ...