Holiday Inn Barrie
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We have never travelled in an RV, never mind lived in one, so choosing our new home was a challenge. Only time will tell if we chose right. We started checking out rigs last year to see what was out there. We definitely didn't want a bus or 'Class A', because they were too big, and we didn't want a trailer that would require us to buy a new vehicle to tow it. So it was to be a Class C, since Class Bs lacked the ...
... are paper thin. 9. 2 nights is plenty for the train experience. Both of us found the 3rd night one night too many. 10. VIA is a state run railroad and the level of service is much different than the Rocky Mountaineer. No announcements are made regarding history or information about the land. The crew was very efficient from Jasper to Winnipeg but the crew from Winnipeg to Toronto was not so good. We are about to detrain. ...
... began to give us trouble again outside of Barrie. Oh well, we'll have to hope for the best.
We had about 45 minutes before meeting Phyllis' husband Ronnie, so we stopped for a picnic lunch at a small park in a little neighbourhood. We met up with Ronnie at the hospital front entrance and he escorted us to Phyllis' room. At this point we have to don protective clothing as not to contaminate Phyllis. The ward nurse was having a great time ...
... went off on a walk with Janet and I manning the luggage as we have been warned about being robbed!! She reported back and had found a coffee shop and a place that made baguettes on the spot......and so we purchased some for the trip. The railway is used for commercial as well as passenger use and as a train approached a whistle blew and a train flew by leaving hair in disarray, however only we noticed the speed as the locals didn't even move back from the platform. Our ...
... our wonderful Maritimes. And if you haven't already heard this a million times over - it has some of the friendliest people you could every begin to imagine.
It’ll be easy to say we’ll return there again one day and, I tell ya one thing for sure...a trip like this sure makes people like us proud to be Canadian.
Bye for now and we’ll see you when we see you!