Holiday Inn Sudbury
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Sudbury
I like Holiday Inns because they are consistently predictable and when I travel as much as I do it's nice to arrive in a new town and find a place the feels familiar. The Holiday Inn in Sudbury met my expectations from the time I walked into the lobby and was greeted by Jennifer to the time I opened the door to my room. Older, under renovations, but still highly recommended for the jaded road warrior.
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Well, this is as far north and west as I went in Ontario ... a fairly big place, for out in what are very much 'the sticks' ... lots and lots of trees.
Long drive back down to Toronto .. through even more trees to begin with, then lots of farmland.
... sculptures and artifacts, landscapes so beautiful that we were at a loss to describe them! The various religions and customs from one place to another, the people's pride in India and its diverse ethnicity were impressive, all co-exisiting in relative harmony.
Its diversity in religion and ethnicity was in unison with the vast variety of cuisines. Each area of the country has its own specialties. Different ...
... stop in Nipigon, Ontario (and our first successful use of airbnb) we have now landed in Sudbury with Auntie Carolyn and Uncle Wayne. After driving over 3000 km over the last 5 days we feel so refreshed after just one night here with our wonderful relatives that we have decided to extend our stay an extra night. This is the beauty of traveling with no real agenda- you get to make it up as you go ...
... across were not much of a view because of the gray and overcast clouds. In North Bay they were doing road construction in the middle of town and with the rain it was a mud hole with gravel and large holes filled with water. Sherry did a great job navigating all the holes, the cars coming the other way had a great time splashing us. We pretty much trashed the bikes and trailer but the rain from that point on helped ...
... br> Since I missed the last-minute exit to the beltway around Baltimore we end up taking the road right through (and under) the city. We continue up the I-95 the other side. Pay a toll crossing into Delaware (I think it was that border) and pay $5 for a boring bridge. Opt to take the 295 around Philadelphia... until we get to the exit and discover traffic is stopped. Take the I-95 right through. What city has several bridges across the river but no signs about how to get ONTO ...