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... Face booties - freakin awesome and went walking around outside. There was by this stage a few inches of fresh white powdered snow and it was beautiful. I could not help but touch it all the time with my bare hands. Yes moments after playing with the snow my hands begin to get numb - and yet I repeat the cycle over and over.
Watching the wind pick up and seeing the snow fall from the tree branches as it blows through is awesome. ...
... not as expensive. They got us safely and quickly to our destination, allowing us more time to enjoy the stopover. The tuk-tuks are another story! We found them enjoyable, likening them to a rollercoaster ride as they zipped at top speed through lanes and roads around people, cars and buses! The drivers are more capable than we gave them credit for, which is why even a short trip from point A to point B was always ...
... Chicago took us over Thunder Bay up to Alaska and across the Bering Strait into Russia then Japan, a13 hour long flight. A 2 hour layover in Tokyo before we boarded for our final leg of the trip to Bangkok, an 8 hour flight, ariving at about 11:00pm Saturday night! I don't think that we experienced a 28 hour day traveling, ever, and I think we get to do it all over again in two and a half months from now!
... with hotel, suggest it but no one says yes, so continue on. Don't see another for 50 miles, at 11 pm. It is 3 miles off, and there is no place left to eat so we scrounge at a nearby gas station and buy some basic food stuffs (microwaveable sandwhich, chips, and snacks). Room is very nice, although no net access.
I've done it; I've driven through Manhattan. This can only be topped by crossing London, UK. With a stop to take pictures at Buckingham.
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... stream and put a backing track to. My camera batteries had given up during my Meaford ride so I had to wait 'till I was declared ‘finished work’ on my last afternoon before I could get back out on the bike. The road outside the farm is on a hill which I thought would be perfect to roll down and dangle the camera off the handle bars. Unfortunately as I built up speed my cowboy hat blew off and landed in the (admittedly deserted) road. I grabbed the lever for what I thought was ...
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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.