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Travel Blogs from Pembroke
... park was a Book Tree. Five thick logs, held together vertically with nooks cut in them to hold books. The nooks were covered with clear perspex to keep the weather out. The books were free. The message being: Take a Book - Share a Book - Leave a Book. Loved this idea. We stopped here particularly to try a delicacy - Beavertail's. Yum. Can't believe we would eat the tail of these cute critters, well we didn't! ...
... We were taken to a couple of unique little shops. The Hen House (mostly ladies only everything) is just fantastic. We love all the colour here (and also in New York). Friday we were up early packing for New Foundland and Labrador. Very exciting to think that we are going out East to these places. In the afternoon we went off to Eganville. Again a lovely little town with the Bonnechere river running through ...
... It came with veggies and massive roast potatoes. It was such a big meal, but oh so good! For dessert we got icecream sundaes. Probably close to one of the best meals we have had on the trip.
After we had finished dinner it was about 730 and all the trainee rafters were back. They were friendly and invited us to have a drink with them later. They invited Blake to play 'danger can' the most idiotic game I'd ever seen - you shake a can of beer ...
So in about 8 days, I will be embarking on a trip down to the states with my grandparents. But unlike trip where you use airplanes as your transportation method. We will be driving down to Florida, which allows me to package a little more luxuriously. It is now 10:00 PM on the night before we embark on the journey, and I am ...
... and it is special because it has the remnants of Canada's airplane that never was ... the Avro Arrow. The story of that aircraft has been told and re-told, so i won't recount it here. Seeing the front fuselage of that plane gave me pause for thought about what could have been . . .
This tour is a big event for the Motorcycle Ride for Dad. Over the last 10 years, the Ride has spread to 29 communities across Canada and has ...
Other places to stay in Pembroke
1 International Drive, Pembroke | 2 star hotelfrom $126
900 Pembroke Street East, Pembroke | 2 star hotelfrom $113
959 Pembroke St. E., Pembroke | 2 star hotelfrom $133
1218 Pembroke Street East, Pembroke | Hotelfrom $112
1350 Pembroke Street West, Pembroke | Hotelfrom $76
1044 Pembroke Street East, Pembroke | Hotelfrom $50