Knights Inn Lindsay

Highway 35 South RR 4 Lindsay, Ontario, K9V4R4, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Highway 35 South RR 4 Lindsay, Ontario.
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What Are the Key Elements of Fat Burning Furnace

A travel blog entry by troy4len on Aug 09, 2014

... The program concentrates on getting clear of fat from your whole body by means of physical exercise. cardio exercise Rob Poulos even struggled with his personal bodyweight all by way of his life span period, so he produced to make a plan that does not basically provides the optimum volume of independence, but also gives benefits. Overlook the reduced carbohydrates diet programs, and also the ...

Endless road construction to White River

A travel blog entry by lilmont on Aug 29, 2013

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... our first policeman booking some poor person. The views near Rossport make you feel as though you are back in the Rockies. Passed through Schreiber on Lamont Lake missed taking a photo this is a lovely fishing town with cabins on the lake and lots of boats. Took a break at Terrace Bay still lots of roadworks stop lights at Little Pic Bridge (very high bridge over a lovely big river) an ...

Day 11: Welcome to Canada!

A travel blog entry by hali33 on Jul 07, 2013

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... who had the best looking house, and eventually, the structures far exceeded the required standards.

We saw a replica of the bell they would ring whenever a new former slave would make it to Buxton. The bell would ring and everyone would come to welcome the new member of their community. We learned that Canada did have slaves, but a law that was passed in the mid 1800s said that existing slaves would remain slaves and their children born into slavery ...

Home Sweet Home

A travel blog entry by _ang on Feb 21, 2011

Although it could be sweeter if I could transplant my house into a lovely piece of property in Costa Rica (or somewhere warm and tropical).

I'm mostly unpacked, laundry is mostly done and I'm going through my photos. Some of them are up and my travel blog is pretty much up to date.

It'll be a while before I travel again, at least to this extent. Boooo. Hope you've all enjoyed it.

Landed safely

A travel blog entry by averynet on Dec 03, 2010


Good day & good drivIng. Highlights: - About 360 miles (576 km) for a final total (including detour through the future home) of about 2670 miles (4270 km), averaging 534 miles (854 km) per day. - Not a great room but excellent breakfast after a very good sleep - Mostly dry roads with occasional snow flurries: nothing ...