Holiday Inn Sudbury
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Our midway pit stop on our final destination of Thessalon, Ontario was the city of Sudbury.
I'm sure the people who live in Sudbury love this city but as for Joanne and I - we would never want to live here.
Anyways, the kids and I made the most of the city as best we could (Joanne was not feeling well so rested in the hotel).
The kids and I decided to go and see the Big Nickel and take some pictures in front of ...
... than eat. Having to paddle due to lack of a shoreline, I caught a pike of about 6 pounds, which jumped back into the water before I had time to get my camera out! At Sudbury I briefly joined Highway 55 before heading South on King's Highway 69, along the Eastern shore of Georgian Bay, the Eastern most part of Lake Huron. I slept in the car in a layby.
... of Kissimmee which is clearly in rough shape. Lots of stuff closed, everything is discount stores & beauty salons (like really, how many beauty services does one town need?!?!), There is a mall that is at most 1/4 full.
Being picky about my footwear (i.e. only Rockport), I don't find any sandals for me. Dad is less picky though, he finds some. Back to the hotel and into the pool for a bit. More like a hot tub w/o jets. Judging by other clientele this is not exactly ...
Nothing much happened in leaving Dublin cept the plane was delayed due to the thick fog and we were an hour later getting away. This was no big deal as we had some waiting time before the connecting flight to Canada (Montreal), all in all a pretty uneventful day. Picked up the motorhome next day (still reckon its half the size of a Metro bus). No intention of sticking around the big city so headed south on ...
... in a counterclockwise pattern with the bottom ones going off last to 'Lift' the rubble and create a relatively flat floor. It all happens in less than a second. The Muck-Up involves remotely controlled equipment that crushes all rubble to a 12inch chunk. A 6yd loader scoops this rock and transports it to a "Chute" where the rock may fall over 1km before being "sized" again and then elevated to the surface for processing. Some of the shafts are several thousand ...
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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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.