Quality Suites Downtown Windsor

Address: 250 Dougall Ave, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 7C6, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the City Centre area of Windsor, is near Caesars Windsor, Joe Louis Arena, Greektown Casino, and GM Renaissance Center.
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      Travel Blogs from Windsor

      Back in Canada

      A travel blog entry by dianelbrown on Jan 08, 2015

      1 comment, 2 photos

      The end of our journey is in sight!! We stayed near Detroit on Tuesday night and crossed back into Canada at Sarnia and headed down to Point Pelee - Canada's most southern point before going to Shiela and Rob's last night. Although it is our country's most southerly point, the weather was cold and windy!! Today we are on our way to St Catharines for a quick visit with Grandma ...

      Planning

      A travel blog entry by elainesj on Sep 16, 2014

      ... Jamestown and visit Slice of Heaven bakery. There we had a trail mix scone (very interesting but maybe too filling for what we were seeking) and a carrot cake I will rave about for years. I am picky about carrot cake to the point that I rarely order it. Wow this was good and reasonably priced at about $5 for a large squate. We then drove to Beavertail State Park which was told had the most beautiful coastline in New England. We found hoardes ...

      Planning: Great Smoky Mountains

      A travel blog entry by elainesj on Mar 21, 2014

      ... rafts, so there are no bailing buckets or frequents stops to dump water out of your boat.
      And if it’s wet or a little chilly, we’ve got you covered with nylon splash gear, provided free of charge. We also rent wet suits for $6 and neoprene booties for $3. That’s about half of what most outfitters charge; and some raft companies offer no protective gear at all.
      ...

      Devoid of fear

      A travel blog entry by minckz on Feb 06, 2014

      1 photo

      ... been!

      After my morning coffee, I sat down and carried on with my day. Come 12 o clock, my mom comes home, my ears perk up like a little cat, because I know she will check the mail on her way inside. She grabs the shovel and starts to shovel away all the fluffy stuff in her way then to my dismay, she swipes off the snow on the mailbox...DAMNIT. *sigh*.

      After my mom's lunch break she goes to leave and asks me to lock ...

      Museum Overload

      A travel blog entry by elainesj on Dec 26, 2013

      ... our smartphones full of city maps. Unfortunately, the Juns can still get lost trying to follow an arrow. It didn't help that while one building is CALLED the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (and yes, we saw a clearly marked sign above the firmly locked doors), the entrance for public tours is across the street (with signs in very small letters). After walking in circles several times around the wrong buildings, we were finally told that the Bureau was closed for Christmas ...