Knights Inn Sudbury
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Last night was the first time ever that we camped in our Eurovan!! Cozy and perfect.
After that, we spent a delightful day in Sudbury, exploring the city and especially its lovely waterfront. Bell Park Walkway is a boardwalk that runs right along Lake Ramsay, which, although it is a good sized lake, is right in the middle of the city of Sudbury. This boardwalk is justly named by Trip ...
... sculptures and artifacts, landscapes so beautiful that we were at a loss to describe them! The various religions and customs from one place to another, the people's pride in India and its diverse ethnicity were impressive, all co-exisiting in relative harmony.
Its diversity in religion and ethnicity was in unison with the vast variety of cuisines. Each area of the country has its own specialties. Different ...
... And he carelessly lost his Astrolabe while doing it?
Here's what I discovered on Wikipedia (my favourite source of information).
"In 1613, French explorer Samuel de Champlain, travelled through an area very near Cobden while exploring the Ottawa River. Due to the Chenaux Rapids, Champlain and his men were forced to portage. They presumably took shore in Browns Bay near present day McKenzie's Hill. In 1953, a large rock was found in this area bearing a ...
... shore of Lake Michigan. Much of the landscape is relatively flat similar to driving across the Canadian prairies, but with bush in most areas. There are a few small communities with modest homes. We arrived at a Wal Mart in Escanaba MI near 9:00 and found several other RVers with the same intentions as us. We were happy to call it a day and get some well deserved rest. ...
... interested, wants to see Dakota apartments.
Saturday Aug 8, 2009
Up early and waffles! We all get to make our own waffles at the hotel. I have first driving shift. Make our way to the bypass around Washington then find an exit next to a Metro station. End up going further than wanted, but do find some free parking next to a Metro station. Misunderstanding with the farecard machine leads to my dad getting $20 in fare (we only need $4.70 for a round trip). Assume there ...