Howard Johnson Kitchener Conestoga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The kids drove on small kiddie tractors, ran on hay bales. Fed the goats, climbed the climbing frame, saw a peacock and were followed around by a turkey. They had competitions to see who could run up and down to the lookout point the quickest. Craig joined us there. The kids all had slushies and Rich ...
... continuing on our way the next day. We decided to park our truck and trailer at a truck stop, The Flying J, and by 6:30 we were safely tucked in between the other big rigs. I took this picture of our trailer sandwiched between the big trucks. With our propane heater, lights run by battery, and WiFi provided by the Flying J, we were comfortable in our home-away-from home. Despite the constant coming and going of trucks throughout the night, we had a good night's sleep.