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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... Was glad we were there only one night. Got to Sudbury on Sunday for a two day stay. Staying in a commercial campground right on a lake - good swimming, nice folks. Had a quiet day yesterday. Some swimming. Went for a bit of a hike with Annie by Lauentian Lake. Exotic dinner out with Bruce at East Side Mario's. Now we're hoping to get to Sault Ste Marie today but that depends on the repair guys. More later on ...
... on video from a few angles and allowed all of us present to discuss and review after the scenario ended.
It was amazing - all of the junior students got to experience an emergency C-section on a pregnant mum who is completely decompensating - a very VERY scary situation. The students got to be a fly on the wall and to learn about the key aspects of communication and how important it really is especially in the resuscitation situation. And then ...
... can smell the stuff in Sault St Marie (just kidding). By the 1970s the environmental impact from mining, smelting and logging was so bad that most of the trees in the area had either been cut down or had died from acid rain. The granite in the fields had changed color. Efforts to clean up and replant are making the place more livable.
While the regional economy has diversified recently, mining is so important they have a ...
Sunday Aug 9, 2009
Wake up and have breakfast at a Waffle house (aka Awful house) then back on the road. Dad's friend drives the first half of the day through the Carolinas until we finally stop at a Hooters in Northern Georgia. I ask for what I think are the 2nd hottest wings figuring I'll play it safe. May be people here like spicey food. I find them not nearly hot enough and comment to the georgian peach we have for a server, she says that I actually have ...
... we met at Driftwood. We didn't exchange names but if they're reading this Thanks! We were able to sit down and have a little snack in the shade :)
Once we got into North Bay we started looking for campsites. We decided to keep going through town and camped at Camp Beaucage which was basically 1/2 way to Sturgeon Falls. At this point, we just weren't sure if we were going ...