Travelodge Hotel Belleville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... Quinte West, and seek out a rock-- not just any rock but the Bleasdell Boulder which according to the brochure is "one of the largest known glacial erratics in North America, estimated to be 2.3 billion years old." We have enjoyed our rural explorations and today was no different. As we neared Frankford we hadn't found the boulder yet but did follow some of the Trent River and encountered small dams ...
Day 46 (June 1) -- Another fabulous sunny day and one with a little less driving than some but still on the road for 7 hours or so. We left Mallorytown and headed south to Mallorytown Landing on the shore of the St. Lawrence. We followed the shoreline quite close and could see why the area is known as the Thousand Islands. Some of the islands we saw seemed to have very little land but there was a house and sometimes boathouses, and not just single ...
The Edge has finally landed us at 'Das Schloss'. Excellent day to travel from the Comfort of Windsor under cloudy sky, pallatable traffic, coooooool temp but in the warmth of our rolling cocoon with two quiet excellent yorkies. Now.... waiting time to get back to the creek in November. Gas prices suck... For our american friends, canadian gas - around here - costs about US$4.50/US gallon, taking into account the currency exchange. Time for Zzzzzzzzzz. Love to ...
We are so glad to be leaving the horrible winter weather behind. Even though it is April, we have had snow and freezing weather since early December. Even today it has been snowing a little, although it is slightly above freezing. Very yucky! Mimi put her favourite toy in my suitcase...she ...
... which is named after Admiral Horatio Nelson who sailed into the English Bay harbour in 1784. This is quite the fort because it is protected from rough waters especially in hurricane season. Ships are still refurbished here. There is a big wheel that turns the ship on its side so barnicals can be scraped off the bottom and some of the wood replaced if and when needed. To refurbish a ship took about 6 months.
Slaves were brought in from So. ...