Fairfield Inn & Suites Guelph
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... collected a new van. All the luggage went into the space at the back of the van and the humans go t in andset off down the road. Before long the arrived at a new building. "Look there," said AJ, "it says Hotel." "This must be like the last place we stayed at," said BJ. "A Hotel must be a place with lots of rooms for people to stay in." They heard the Daddy tell a lady behind the counter at the Hotel that he would like to check-in. The Daddy handed her a plastic card, ...
... Hannah called Crokinol. Apparently from German origins, the game consists of a large octagonal wooden board with round chequer-like pieces that have to be expertly flicked into a middle hole. Oh, and there are 8 pegs in the way. Easy, right? Well I may have thought that initially but by round 4 my pieces had been violently flicked all over the board, table, Hannah and floor and we were both in gales of laughter. Not sure how much my incompetence contributed to ...
... amazing so that might be a possibility. For those of you who think that we have suddenly become rebellious and cool, we are not getting inked; the tattoo is a musical and military extravaganza which is highly entertaining.
Clever saying on bathroom stall:
Three things I hate:
We are about to board -- it's 5:00 p.m. So on to our adventure!!!
... lovely meal there Marg enjoyed herself with another glass of wine so she will sleep well tonight.
Quick trip home no problems with putting Marg's walker in the car. Made up the Chesterfield for her and we all got ready for bed. Made sure Marg had her night time medication had a Dutch biscuit and drink checked Trip Advisor for units in Ottawa (Bit expensive there). We decided to stay a couple of nights at Algonquin Park then go onto ...
... and Manitoba where oil and natural gas pipes seem to sprout out of the ground as thickly as the corn for which this region is more traditionally known.
We stopped and camped along the way at the following:
Spruce Point Park (N55 23.398 W115 28.579) close to Lesser Slave Lake, nearly 90 kms long.
Bonnie Lake campground (N54 08.716 W111 52.815).
Kramer Campground, North Battleford (N52 43.755 W108 18.091) in the town of Battleford just outside ...