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TravelPod Member ReviewsTravelodge Gananoque
Zimmer und Bad relativ klein, aber alles sauber. Im Bad ein Abzug, Handtücher kuschelig und reichlich vorhanden. WLAN funktioniert meistens, Kühlschrank vorhanden. Ebenso Schreibtisch mit Dockingstation. Frühstück reichhaltig, nur leider Plastickgeschirr und -Besteck.
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... good crepes and enjoyed our side trip very much. We stopped at a very beautiful provincial park at Trois riviera and enjoyed a nice walk about and then pushed on to Kingston for the night. It was a bit longer as we had to make sure to avoid the ...
I was anxious about our departure but it all went smoothly after all. Up at 6am and quick muffin and coffee and we were off the ship with our luggage by 6.40am. Did not do us much good as taxi that we had pre-ordered for 7.30am could not arrive early. The robbers (drivers of Southampton Cabs) tried to con us into taking their taxi to Gatwick for a mere 175 pounds one way. We held firm and our taxi ...
... as we head west.
The drive was typical of southern Ontario. Lots of open land with corn fields going for miles. The small towns that make up the cross roads are plentiful. We decided to stop at one called Merrickville. It had a eclectic selection of country stores selling crafts, fudge, ice cream and knitted goods, you know the typical country general store. We walked along the street and poked our way thru the interesting ones. The only thing we purchased ...
... ice scraper is for sitting on the back seat. Eventually we found the correct freeway and I was pleasantly surprised the road signs leaving Montreal were a big improvement on the ones entering. After an hour we entered Ontario and this explained the big improvement in the roads. It also explained the number of police cars we had seen. They must pay for their roads with the traffic fines. We'd seen six cars pulled over by police in the first half hour of entering Ontario. The ...
... I was at Kingston and meeting my Wwoofing host, Emily, before heading straight off to a tack shop for farm supplies. This will be my fifth and final Wwoofing trip in Canada on this trip, and is on a farm with three horses, two dogs, and lots of vegetables; I only hope it follows the suit of the two in Alberta rather the ones in Saskatchewan and Prince Edward Island.
We ran errands around town to collect first aid supplies for her blind horse that recently ran ...