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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a fridge that is stocked with bottled beer that you pay for at the end of your stay! It has a TV room, or you can play pool and darts.
The guests have their own kitchen so you can have cereal and toast/muffins for breakfast. Plenty of tea and coffee to make your own flasks, and Lisa makes you a ...
... sight lines behind. Packed up the rig to get ready to head home, again a learning experience but no major goof-ups. Had to stop at dumping station, again a first, but all went well, learned to use rubber gloves!!! Rig much lighter when tanks empty! Stopped for lunch in Merrickville, what a big rig to park, never hit anything but had to park way down by fairgrounds. Pleasant drive home no problems, parked, unloaded and relaxing by ...
... 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 ...
... because it’s where I trained as an air traffic controller (only then, it was called the Transport Canada Training Institute and was located in Ottawa in the basement of an abandoned school that could accommodate only 16 people). The guy that gave me a tour of this ultra-modern facility full with state-of-the-art simulators (and capable of accommodating/housing 520 people), was in Ottawa with me 38 years ago – now, he’s an ATC ...