Pines Motel and Dining Room

Address: R.R. 1, Deep River, Ontario, KOJ 1PO, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on R.R. 1, Deep River.
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Travel Blogs from Deep River

Moose Jaw to Pembroke, Ontario in 4 days

A travel blog entry by wayneandsue on Jun 22, 2015

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... signage is bad and we miss them or go past.. and next thing you know, it's hard to find a place to turn our 48 feet + around. So on we go. It's an adventure right???? We finally found a great spot. it was Crystal Lake Campground in Vermilion Bay. Beautiful sunset too! Mosquitos and black flies have tripled in numbers. It was interesting seeing the different landscape as they changed significantly from province to province. Flat to more ...

Only a few steps away from the middle of the Earth

A travel blog entry by ducktraveler on Jan 19, 2015

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Good Morning everyone

At the Airport, the carer from the Academy didn't find me. Hahaha Funny,because I cant be overlooked. :) I guess he did't know I was in a weehlchair.(he should follow my blog :3).
He had a little car so it was a little bit uncomfortable, but it ...

My new experience begins

A travel blog entry by luciiee on Jan 05, 2015

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... and my wheelchair was stowed in the car. I had to sit on the back seat it was very unconfortable but still not so unconfortable than in the plane beside the fat man.On the way to the academy he told me about the rules and customs in the academy. He also told me that I am not the onlyone with a handycap. When we arrived the Academy my heart had beaten fast. The Academy is huge. And behind the Academy was a little park. And there were so many pupils. Then ...

Drive to Deep River Science Academy

A travel blog entry by luciestravel on Aug 02, 2014

The carer from the Deep River Science Academy didn't find me first. Funny because I can't be over looked... Guess he didn't know I was in a wheelchair. The car was very small, that's why the car grumbled a bit. Unconfortable on the back seat, but it wasn't the carer his responsible of course.
Finally we arrived to the academy. The program looks very great, an intensiv six week of chemistry, physics, biology and maths. It's hard work, but I'm ...

Port au Choix to Deer Lake

A travel blog entry by puffin27 on Jul 10, 2014

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... It was a very important place for Newfoundland's first people, the Maritime Archaic Indians, who made special trips to the place to bury their dead. Later Paleoeskimo's used the area for the hunting of harp seal. Shortly before the arrival of Europeans in the region, the ancestors of the Beothuk people established a number of small habitation sites. The Indian culture, for shelter, used old whale bones (as a frame) covered with ...