Delta Sault Ste Marie Waterfront Hotel and Conference Centre
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Travel Blogs from Sault Ste. Marie
... sit on benches that are right on the waterfront and watch the enormous freighters as they head towards the locks. The ships are very close when passing by. We have been traveling one month today. Seems impossible- days fly by. This type of traveling is all we hoped it would be. Leaving tomorrow for St Ignace and staying in Strait's State Park. More later. Life is ...
... tumbled stones. Part of the beach is designated as a wildlife preservation area as a hatching habitat for seagulls and owls. We enjoyed the beach so much, we packed a picnic lunch and returned the next day and took Molly with us. She had a great time both in and out of the water. Both the Upper and Lower Falls in the state park are accessible by trail. Both are stunning with the Upper Falls being the ...
Lovely dinner with a couple from Maren Ohio, who we'd also had lunch with. They served us champagne in the bubble car and at dinner, ( probably trying to make up for the 5 hours we are behind. It's hard to tell who to believe about the time now. ...
... buggy. Not a very good day for photos or videos but managed a quick video of Old Woman Bay on Lake Superior. Passed a group of three old motorbikers.
Mist still hanging over the mountains as we pass Baldhead River (both had a laugh at the name) wipers on and just missed a cyclist on the bend. Driving through Lake Superior National Park and decide to pull off at Sinclair Cove in Agawa Bay for ...
Route of the day - Today's route took me 715km between Thunder Bay and Sault Sainte Marie along the shores of Lake Superior. Lake Superior is the largest continental lake in the world and I hugged its northern shoreline from West to East. Some of the small towns I rode through included Nipigon, Schreiber, Terrace Bay and White River. At 8AM and slowly moving around my room and packing some gear, I could already feel the heat and humidity. I was ...