Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Barrie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... paper mill) so our stop was short. On the road again heading to Barrie. Just outside of Sudbury, the highway turns to four lanes, and you can completely by pass the city. The highway drops down to two lanes then in the middle of nowhere, it widens again. Much road construction, looks like they plan on twinning the hwy to Barrie. Cousin Dave had recommended we stop at the Hungry Bear cafe in French River. It was ...
... and Spencer's store got Cheryl and she had to go in for a fix.........all that was purchased was food!!! Nancy, Dianne and Janet said they would wait for her at "Fouguet's" the place where all the special wealthy people visit. No more to be said about this but a bottle if water was purchased with some other delights. The water was 12 Euros!!! I had purchased a prawn sandwich at M and S and a bottle of sparkling water for a tad less!!!! A big tad less and ate it in front of ...
... Sunday he phoned me just to say that he hadn’t heard from me in a while. I moved away from home in 1973. That call was the first of its kind.
47 years and a day after my mother died, my father, while walking into the bathroom fell, banged his head and passed out. He never regained consciousness. He died at the dear old age of 90. During his time in the Tottenham business community he was known by all and was well respected. ...
... from everywhere in the world! Sometimes, when I was walking on the streets, I tried to listen to other's conversations (curiously, I like to do that!), and I was surprised to hear that every 3 chats, there were at least one different language. Like I wrote in the last entry there’s Chinese, Arabian, Mexican, Indonesian, Canadian, American, European, Asian and even Quebecer! (I never thought I’d ...
... and infront of the temple. Again the lady told us we couldn't go into the temple as they had removed the step. We told her we could climb but she was insistant that it was impossible to step up this 2ft step. Louise sat on the step and then swung her legs in laughing, of course we followed and the lady eventually gave in and followed us in. The first thing we saw was a huge curved ladder leading up onto the second floor. Jacobs ladder was ...