How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Foster's Inn Stratford
Travel Blogs from Stratford
... heavy until the other side of Barrie. Then the drive was really quite pleasant. Not too many vehicles, the road was really smooth and the terrain was starting to change. Doug likes the rocks....
We like our room and look forward to getting a good sleep.
Hopefully the forecast is wrong cause it looks like 100% rain in the morning....oh well.
It's all good. Right ...
... of their friends have. Again, the forecast was for rain and again it held off for the big event. What a great party! Incredible food provided by Jeff & Meg's chef/restaurateur friend Anthony Rose, and a whole night of awesome Motown music, provided by their friends' band Pudding.
We spent the remainder of the week back up at the cottage with Jenn, Tom, and Nina, enjoying the beach, watersports, ...
... that I particularly need for my car… indeed, I don’t really need anything as my car is quite complete. But the parts really would be worth moving to BC as there are enough Rover sedans in BC to make it worthwhile. That said, the logistics is the problem. How to get such bulky items to BC, especially from his shed 100 kms from any big city. My plan is to research shipping options and then see if the Rover Club or the Old English Car Club in BC might ...
... to Kingston. Mark wants sleep in the USA tonight. Of course, we push it, the US is really too far, its 6pm there are no hotels with vacancy. Sara is in shutdown mode and Mark is scrambling. Good news, we get in the motherland and lo and behold a little motel/cabin with vacancy. It's 7:10pm and we shut it down. Cell phones back on. Fuel is $4 per gallon... cheaper than the $6 per gallon in Canada and the world is spinning normally ...
... big smile, a handshake and the question that I’ve become quite adept at dodging: "When are you coming back?"
I’m still not sure, but it’s nice to be missed.
Things change, or so they tell me - yet all of the instructors that were hired alongside me after earning their certifications from the intensive, evening course (held during the wintery depths of February 2002) still work there. That’s impressive and ...