JW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka Resort & Spa
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s wifi and I know I’ll be spending time on my gadgets. It was interesting to note that every tap had a ‘Boil Water Advisory’ sign. Apparently if water in Ontario isn’t chlorinated, it’s not safe to drink but the water at this campsite has been supplied by an underground spring that has never dried up. It was first tapped in the 1930s for a lodge that was built there at the time. Obviously some ‘politics’ being played out.
... drive around Lake Muskoka, going trough Bala, Gravenhurst, and Bracebridge. Great little antique shops, and amazing cottages at every turn. We decided to spend another night at Arrowhead and had a great hike around the lake with our first glimpse of sunshine. Sept 23- Algonquin Provincial Park. The maples are really beginning to explode with reds and golds and the hills of Algonquin are ...
Wow we love it here. Murray wanted to move here within the first couple of days. The kids took a few days to break through the shyness and they are so funny. Their house is in the 'bush' as they say and has lots of grass and a pool. We enjoyed a couple of days drinking beer by the pool. On Labour day we had a BBQ with more family around. It was great to meet new people and see family I had not seen in years. We also got to celebrate cousin Olivia's first birthday. It was a ...
Well here we are in Parry Sound. We decided to head east from Sault Ste. Marie fairly quickly and meet up with Bev's cousin in London, Ontario, and then go to Niagara Falls. We continued along the highway and there were countless waterfalls and small lakes. We saw several groups of Sandhill Cranes but most were too far away for a good picture. We did take a couple of good pictures of small waterfalls during lunch at the ...
... up before I knew it and I was headed out to camp with a whole heap of other international staff members. The only preconception I had of camp in my head was from the movie the 'Parent Trap' and in terms of buildings and activities it actually was a little similar. A thousand acre property surrounded by a privately owned lake then became my home for the next couple of months. All the buildings are very basic and ...