Holiday Inn Express Dryden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Dryden
... unless the top was down. the speed limit in this province is 110 but the cars passing us were reminiscent of Portugal and those mostly from Alberta. Gas is also cheap - around $1.20 a litre. After checking in we crossed the road for dinner at Earl's . Nancy has a bit of sunburn but the good news is it's only on half of her face. She could audition for the role of Phantom at the moment and not need a mask. That's what happens when you're ...
... travelled by boat on Lake Superior or by train to reach home until Hwy 17 was completed. Also Glenn Gould spent many fishing holidays at the Wawa Motor Inn and his portrait hangs inside the centre. As we travelled west I was recounting our last trip from BC when we saw a bald eagle in every province. I looked overhead (we were topless starting out) and a bald eagle was flying above us. At Terrace Bay we decided to put the top up as it had ...
Once we rejoined the TransCanada
highway, we headed east to just beyond Dryden where we setup Storm
and Tag (still connected for a one night stand) along a peninsula on
Thunder Lake in Aaron Provincial Park.
Went fishing in the cold, wet weather
but the first fish strike got us tangled on something and we lost a
brand new Mepps #4 – c'est la vie. Pasta ...
... We pulled off the highway at a rest stop to cook dinner early before the rain came which was just as well.. We crossed in to Ontario just before 7pm and continued until we reached Dryden about 9 o'clock. We found Walmart just off the highway and parked up for the night. We were lucky to get a free wifi connection so could use the iPad from the comfort of the van!! :) ...
... Bay and it looked really cool but maybe another time. It was the Labour Day holiday and as we rolled into Thunder Bay there wasn't much going on. It was a nothing day in a nothing town. The city is separated from the waterfront by train tracks which isn't very attractive. It was clearly a blue collar town. With nothing to do and it only being early we de decided to keep going and ...