Super 8 Huntsville
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Huntsville
Travel Blogs from Huntsville
... That's where we come to enjoy each other's company. We swim, boat, dive, float, eat and laugh! The lake is a wonderful playground. Yet in the morning it offers peaceful introspection what really matters in life - kindness, encouragement, learning, support, sharing, and ...
... 5 moose along the highway. The first 1 we just got a glimpse of when we were first heading into the park. The second 2 were the most exciting; a cow and her calf. They come up to the road in summer when the are lacking in sodium to lick the runoff from the roads when they were salted in winter. It's crazy how people just stop on the side of the highway when they see wildlife, although of course we joined the 8 other cars that had stopped when we saw the mumma and ...
... at work, some of his friends were kind enough to take us under their wing and show us around a bit. We hit up the Muskoka brewery for a tour, which gave an incredible amount of samples for a free brewery tour, including a can fresh off the line! We saw a couple of waterfalls, 1 in Bracebridge and 1 a bit further out. The weather was perfect for most of the time so we finally tried stand ...
Summary of the stay at Achray Campground in Algonquin Provincial Park:
Everything made me smile. No running water. Perfect. That means built in exercise lugging water from the lake. Mosquitoes were as thick as advertised. That means an opportunity to try out the tent. Got the tent up all by myself and that was built in comedy for the evening. Dinner was reheated leftovers from the night before. This time the ...
We awoke at 5:00 am to a winter wonderland and the news that Highway 400 at Barrie was closed in both directions. Our departure was delayed as an alternate route was worked out in order to gather all our passengers. Stops were made in Orillia, Barrie, Bradford (along Yonge Street to get there) and Vaughan where we picked up Bill Watts, our driver and Tony Stewart's biggest fan. The snow was heaviest in the Barrie area and disappeared from the sky by ...