Stationpark All Suite Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... or so above the lower canal. The halting place is really a water tight chamber the same width as the canal, about 6 ft deep, and maybe 100 ft long. When the boat is in place and tied up, a water tight gate is closed at the stern end of the boat. Presently the whole chamber begins to descend… water, floating boats and all, until it sits down at the level of the lower canal, at which time the forward gate opens, and the boat carries on. There are actually ...
Today was nothing that exciting other than spending the day working on more prep for my interview. I did take some time to back up some photos and print off some other travel documents that I would need later in my trip. This just would save me time finding a Internet cafe in the next few weeks along the road. As much as I love travelling, and despite this being an extremely short trip home, I love being around family and am glad to have a few days with them in between all my ...
My mom said that I could sleep in and she would walk my dog for me. I was absolutely thankful because I was so tired from all the fly, travelling and excitement of the last few days. After I managed to get myself up and moving, I went into Stratford with my sister. First we stopped at my other sister's fitness studio to say hello before going to that sister's house to borrow clothes for ...
My first Valentine's Day in Ontario, and I couldn't think of a more romantic way to spend the weekend than stepping back through time....
I heard about the Arva Flour Mill from the local historical society in my own home town of Drumbo, here in Southwestern Ontario. The Arva mill is the oldest continuous running flour mill in all of Ontatio; maybe even North America. ...
Situated outside the lovely regional city of London, this is another re-enactor-y historical village. With a variety of time periods covered.
The re-enactors were a mixed bag - some knew what they were taking about, and were quite informative and interesting, while others really were full of blather (which would have been the fault of whomever provided them with ...