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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Thunder Bay
The staff is pleasant and helpful. I got the perfect room for me with an excellent place to park my bike. The room is clean and comfortable, with a good channel lineup on the tv
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I decided to spend the night in Thunder Bay so I could do a little planning on my route to Nova Scotia. They are expecting rain so since it was getting late in the day I opted for a motel, and a sit down dinner.
Day 20: Thunder Bay
Four hours after leaving the campsite we were still killing mosquitos in the car that had been trying to hitchhike from the national park. We left the park with no destination in mind for the night, just a goal of getting as close to Duluth, Mn as possible. But the drive from Pukaskwa to Thunder Bay ended up being a long one. It turns out there is a lot of construction on the roads in Northern Ontario. This must be where all the money ...
... a shock as I went over a hill and there it lay spread out below -- the bay at the end of the Lake, with islands out on the horizon, and a Table Rock bounding it to the South. Port Arthur and Fort William, two 19th century towns, were joined to make the current Thunder Bay, but each retains its own character. Fort William is where the railroad across the plains ends in monster grain silos by the waters edge. Port Arthur is a port for smaller ...