Holiday Inn Sudbury
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Let's see - it's 23:00 hours and we've been in Sudbury for five hours. Time enough to unwind from a full day of driving. Another 3 hours and we will have crossed the mid-section of Ontario from East to West. Who knew that the Ottawa River …
We got up bright and early to make it to the fairy for its 8:30 load time. We already had the top down and didn't take anything off the roof rack so it was a quick departure. We got to the ferry in plenty of time and had a smooth 2 hour crossing. There were some locals at the table beside us and we overheard a guy rant and rave to his friend about …
... and then drive back up to Canada to visit family and friends in Ottawa and Toronto in November. At the beginning of December we head to New York City for some Christmas wonder and then leave for Part 2. 2. It's official! Starting December 9th we will be volunteering on a coffee co-operative in Guatemala for 4 weeks. We will be helping farmers who work land that they own, potentially participating in ...
For those of you who don't already know, Barb and I were married on March 30, 2013, so this adventure to Alaska is our honeymoon.
We left home at 8:00 am and rode West on highway 17 to Renfrew where we met two great friends for breakfast.
We then continued west and travelled along the Ottawa River through many small towns, in ...
... so we were set. We drove on a small, scenic two lane road to Sudbury, stopping at scenic overlooks and turn outs that looked interesting. Once in Sudbury we drove to see the largest nickel in Canada but we couldn't get close without paying $5 each and it really wasn't worth it to either of us! We stopped at another scenic overlook and then set off to find supper. ...
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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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