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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Cornwall
... After our beers arrive, Dimitri who the restaurant is named for comes over and we talk bikes, travel, where we are from, where we are going and about the USA. We are having a grand time and our food is delicious, he sits with us and tells if we were traveling in a car we would not be eating, he would have sent us away. He buys us beers and we close the place down with him at our table. We ride back to camp and finish off half of the ...
On my way to Toronto! I spent last night in a hostel in Rue Bishop (which I had to find in the dark via metro and walking with a dead phone in 25 degrees plus humidity). I arrived at 11.30pm and was on the top bunk so I chucked my bags with me on my bunk bed, put on multiple loud alarms and charged my phone away from my bed and slept in my exercise clothing! I had to be up at 5am to walk to find the bus station. I'm proud of myself as it ...
... hallway carpet had stains and there was a musty smell everywhere. The saltwater pool must have been a new addition because it was clean and did not have that odour. After dinner, the kids relaxed by the pool, while I took the dog for a walk.
We ate at Shoeless Joe's in Cornwall, which was an ok meal. The risotto was salty, the wings were greasy, but the flatbread and the burger were good. The service was friendly and ...
This morning we are saying good bye to Yolande and Steve in Wakefield and we are "on the road" once again. Had a cuppa with. Yoll as she headed off to work and then packed up the car and said our farewells to Steve and the beautiful Gatineau hills.
We set out in a very heavy rain as we made our way thru Ottawa and ...
... Upper Canada Village'. Very interesting, with lots of history. The water pic is taken from the Village, looking across the water to the USA. The Chrysler Battle took place here at Chrysler's farm on the banks of the St Lawrence river in 1813. This was known as the Battle that saved Canada. We got to check out Cheese making, among many other things. Took home a beaut loaf of fresh bread, yum, still hot, and made from flour etc milled at the Village, also ...