Canada's Best Value Inn & Suites Woodstock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It has been 5 months since our trip to Slovenia. I have had many happy memories of the experiences we had while in Slovenia. I have enjoyed compiling this book.. At this point I am going to go through and add several pictures. They are in no special order but I ...
Farmers fields stretching back from the St Lawrence in long lean strips, like a precision log cabin quilt in batik colors of russet, tan, emerald, and copper. Old wooden barns in various states of repair and use, all with their walk up ramps for easy access at milking time. Black and white dairy cows, right out of a Dawna Barton painting, remind us of where the goodness comes from. We lost count of how many silos and dairy "Fermes" and boutique ...
... figured that it may not be the best when Ted went in at 8:45 am and they had not sold a single thing yet and had to go to the back to get change for the 4 croissants he bought. They just didn't look like they had risen like they should have. They tasted okay but were not great. We had yogurt and fruit as well and then headed back to Walmart to get eggs, and a foam piece for Sheree's side of the bed where the crevice is getting deeper each ...
... and the road is paved through. There isn't much else in the area, though there's a little park on one side where you can sit with a picnic.
We ate at a riverside restaurant that evening in Woodstock itself, just a 10 minute drive from the motel. Food was good, would have been nice to eat outside on a warm summer night overlooking the Saint John River but it was a bit damp and chilly so we stayed inside. Back to the hotel for overnight, heading across the border first thing.
... on the ferry! So, we all had breakfast together, and I rode with them for a bit. They weren't in any hurry, so I said my farewells after riding with them for an hour and a half, and cranked it, since it still wasn't raining.
All was well until about 50 km from the border. Started to drizzle, then pour. Road got ...