Quality Inn Bay Front
Travel Blogs from Sault Ste. Marie
... and her husband John, at Solo Trattoria in SSM. Patrick, Lyndsey and I were certainly hungry by now and had a delicious dinner. Patrick had Surf and Turf, which he said was very good. Lyndsey had Gnocchi Gorgonzola which she loved. I had the Solo stuffed chicken breast which was to die for!
It was great to catch up with a friend ...
... dinner turned in to an hour of dinner and 3 hours of talking!!!!! By the time we finally got in to the hotel room it was 12:00 at night and we just fell asleep immediately!
Today was mostly driving and most of what we saw was (drum roll please!) Rocks and trees!
Tomorrow will be a little more exciting...hopefully.
... eased and we decide to drive to Sault Ste. Marie to have a look around. A large city (Population 75,000) that is on both sides of St Mary River with is the border between USA and Canada. Jill being a bit difficult with directions but lady attendant at Esso Station gave us directions to the Boardwalk on the river. Jill finally came good and we parked at the big Station Mall and walked around a section of ...
... the number of lake swims is past a dozen (with and without bathers ;-)
My thanks for this leg go to Justin, Corinne, to Jeff and Pat at Lightfoot bikes. Gaby and Wally, the Toronto ladies from Massey campground, Sharon, Lorie and Jake, Andre and staff at Velorution bike shop and camp ground, Ben and Una-then only other solo female cyclist In have met so far.
If you would like more details on any of the above projects please let me know and I can pass on contact details.
Since we still had some time to kill, we decided to take our time heading to Bruce Mines.
On the way to the cottage, we noticed a huge coin - similar to the Big Nickel in Sudbury. At first, I thought it was the Big Penny but it turned out to be a Big Loonie. Of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center