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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Massena
Travel Blogs from Massena
... hallway carpet had stains and there was a musty smell everywhere. The saltwater pool must have been a new addition because it was clean and did not have that odour. After dinner, the kids relaxed by the pool, while I took the dog for a walk.
We ate at Shoeless Joe's in Cornwall, which was an ok meal. The risotto was salty, the wings were greasy, but the flatbread and the burger were good. The service was friendly and ...
... a fire and proceeded to get a little tipsy..oh well guess we were relieved and wanted to unwind. July 26th: Kids coming down for a visit and to see the trailer. All arrived and had a nice visit, went to beach. Went into Ingleside and Cornwall to look around, visited some of our old haunts and the houses we used to live in, different to see them after so many years. July 28th: Bought some extender mirrors for the truck, gives ...
... rotations of Babe, along with our good friends Keith and Martin, we accomplished a long list of chores. We raked the leaves, vacuumed the pool, filled the tiki torches and borrowed tables and chairs from the neighbours (whether they were home or not). During all of this, Mother Nature teased us with ominous clouds and the smell of rain (a claim Ian makes but I don't believe). Kindly, she held ...
Next stop was the town hall where we learned the origin of the town's name. Mr. Gleason at the Chamber of Commerce informed us that the town of Massena was named after Andre Massena, one of Napoleon's field marshals who lived from 1756-1817. While no one seemed to know the connection between Andre Massena and the town the name has stuck since 1802. To get our shot in front of the town hall we had to halt traffic while model Katie worked her magic ...
... cross the border, the land flattens out, the highway gets rougher, the ditches are full of trees and weeds and the road signs are all in French. Luckily, we know enough to understand simple words BUT our GPS isn’t bilingual so the phrases and enunciation are hilarious.
After a 1 hour drive, we reached downtown Montreal but the unilingual atmosphere is not tourist friendly (at least Mexico, Cuba, St Maarten, etc have bilingual ...