Ramada Gananoque Provincial Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We took a little side road exit - completely random one looking for gas and breakfast. We eventually found both in a very French town where nobody spoke English and the menus had no English on them. We are very proud that we figured out enough to order ...
... scheduled for 105 pounds (still a steep price in our opinion). Got us to Gatwick in 90 minutes (train had taken 3 hrs) and we checked in with no line up, had another breakfast and played with free WiFi.
Plane, Air Transat was ok. I was lucky and had empty seat beside me. I watched 3 movies (Big Eyes, Far from the Madening Crowd and another I did not get finished). Larry slept which was good ...
... to get more info about the bus they had and most of these people are usually talking about vanagon style buses. Different then our bus but still interesting to hear about their travels.
We continued along highway 5 and came up on a house that had a solar array on top that looked like it rotated to track the sun across the sky. I found it supper cool, I'm working on Mary to consider solar or wind power as supplement power when we build in Humber ...
AJ and BJ relaxed with their new friends on the couch as they exchanged histories.
"My owner is Beena," said Monk. "She has four brothers and they all go to a French School."
"A French school; what's that?" asked BJ.
"A French School is a school where all the lessons are in French."
"Okay, what's French?"
"Well," explained Monk, " You speak English."
"Yes you do", Monk continued, "English is the language you speak. ...
... fourteen points to take us through to the ‘A Division’. I only got hit once in the shin by a flying shoe, and managed to avoid hitting anyone with my aim.
Girls get an extra step when throwing, although this seemed odd in the face that I was taller than most of the men there, and whilst one of the men worried that this might be seen as sexist I assured him it wasn’t sexist if it went in our ...