Howard Johnson Ridgetown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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We packed our suitcases early this morning and made our final preparations. Late morning we left for the airport in Sarnia. It was an easy drive with little traffic and only took us 45 minutes to get there, It was a much easier drive than traveling to Metro Airport. The first leg of our journey was from Sarnia to Toronto where we would catch an ...
... residents in The Netherlands and in cities like Amsterdam and Den Hague up to 70% of all journeys are made by bike. To make cycling safer and more inviting the Dutch have built a vast network of cycle paths. These are clearly marked, have smooth surfaces, separate signs and traffic signals for those on bicycles, and wide enough to allow side-by-side cycling. The bike is an integral part of everyday life rather than a special accessory or a symbol ...
... to about $4.94/gallon. Thirteen percent of the price is sales tax which we don’t have in the States, so the price of the gasoline is about $4.25 to $4.20/gallon plus tax. He says if you think of it that way, it maybe doesn’t sound so bad??
The economy in Canada looks to be doing quite well. The towns look prosperous and we didn’t see very many shuttered store fronts. The road we were on, QEW was in wonderful condition. The farms that we ...
... 4 days with us to St. Clair Shores. I helped Diane clean the house by doing the dishes and vacuuming the upstairs and Dave helped Ken get the Jetski loaded on to a trailer and cove the boat. Around 10am we put the last bit of stuff into the car and it was time to say farewell to our wonderful host and hostess. Then we went over to the neighbor, John and his wife to thank them for also making our time here feel welcomed. The moment came when we climbed into the ...
... his daughter and her two children. Granddad was from Florida and the others were from Traverse City, Michigan. Lunch was good and the cool, dimly lit tavern with its low ceilings and stone fireplaces was quite charming.
We continued our explorations after lunch, but the day was getting warmer by the minute. Thank goodness, the Village has lots of trees and many benches and areas to sit and rest or, in my case, cool off. By the ...