Prince Arthur Waterfront Hotel & Suites
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Prince Arthur Waterfront Hotel & Suites
TripAdvisor Reviews Prince Arthur Waterfront Hotel & Suites Thunder Bay
Travel Blogs from Thunder Bay
#4. No one was in jail....(including us...)
SUCCESS for everyone!
After 3 months of constant moving about from point A to point B, it was a real treat for us to be able to be in one place for awhile. What better place to hang out hats for the duration of the summer than Silver Islet? But instead of moving from one location to the next, we were moving either up and down the 57 stairs at camp (the green gym) or up and ...
... are both ready for some time off the road so were glad to stop early today.
After settling in we took some photos of the falls in full spring flood - a wonderful sight and much better I'm sure than later in the year when the water levels drop. After collecting some food for dinner we are having a lazy evening among the trees, catching up on family phone and skype calls and getting ready for a day of being tourists tomorrow.
The plans are made, the tickets are ready, the hotel is booked, the sun is out in Portugal, sunscreen is packed. The temperature in the Algarve today is 27 - Perfect! The little red pig is excited about the trip.
We have been to Portugal before but never to the mainland. So we are heading to the Algarve which is on the southern coast on the Atlantic - sort of the Portuguese ...
... my wonderful Warm Showers hosts Jillian, Asa and Rory and Dan and to Sara for all your kindness. And finally to the mystery construction worker who flagged me down during a gruelling 15km stretch of road works, slogging through heavy gravel and fighting for space with trucks. without a word he hands me a card with the simpe phrase printed on it "Don't ever give up". That made my day, and is a constant reminder placed in front of me in the corner of the map. Thank you one and all x
... each day to cross Canada from the Atlantic to the Pacific. He was running to raise money for Cancer Research after being diagnosed with the disease and having to have his right leg amputated at the age of 18. He began on April 12th 1980 after dipping his toe in the Atlantic Ocean in Newfoundland, and planned to run a marathon every day until he'd run the 5,300 miles to the Pacific Ocean. He ran 26 miles every day until he reached mile 3339 in Ontario ...