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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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wir sind gerade im Hotel Sleep Inn in Sault Ste. Marie angekommen, direkt an der US-kanadischen Grenze. Ben wehrt sich noch erfolgreich gegen das Schlafen, aber wenigstens ist er happy :)
Was gibt es zu erzählen? Unsere Route führte uns heute von North Bay über Sudbury nach Sault Ste. Marie. Dabei fuhren wir zum …
... Terry Fox Memorial was beautiful and one of the highlights of this part of the journey. We stopped at Old Woman's cove - and Katherine's Cove - beautiful sand and a wonderful sunset. We spent a very short night at "Bates Motel" - for those of you that don't know what this means, is that the Howard Johnson Hotel was a very rugged and scary ...
What weather! 80's and sunny. A good day for Charlie's deck shower. A clean dog makes a happy couple who share a small cabin with it.
It was also a good day for some Sault sightseeing. Camille's father was born here in 1908 so we went on Ancestry.com to find out where he lived then. We found the address and as it tuns out the house he lived in is there and only a 2 blocks from ...
... that! Those who know us, know that bakeries hold a lot of attraction for us. Our last trip took us to Pasco, Washington to Viera's bakery and this trip, across the Upper Peninsula of Michigan has another, it's called The Huron Mountain Bakery. It's in Marquette, right on the hiway and we always stop here...got some fresh sourdough and a couple of sweet goodies which we will keep in the freezer and dole out sparingly. Got to Sault Ste Marie around 5 and were in our site ...
... could be so big!
We have made many stops in various camp grounds along the way, such as Neys Provincial park and Pancake Bay Provincial Park. Both had amazing sandy beaches and lush vegetation such as fir trees and maple. Compared to Alberta, Ontario seems so exotic with all the different landscapes. I love it here!