Travelodge Ottawa Downtown

486 Albert Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1R 5B5, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Byward Market - Parliament Hill area of Ottawa, is near Currency Museum, Supreme Court of Canada, Sparks Street Mall, and National Library of Canada.
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Travel Blogs from Ottawa

Lady Gaga

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Jul 05, 2014

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... Zaphods, a small but fun little bar, and despite telling myself that I wasn't going to drink tonight, I succumbed to peer pressure once we got there.

We headed to the laff after; another bar, just across the road, for the closing of the night, but afterwards, no one was ready to call it quits, so we headed back to jax's place for an after party, where I swiftly fell asleep on a beanbag

History AND Culture

A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Jun 24, 2014

More museums, and a generally lousy, cold and wet day ... solid rain. on an off, interspersed with drizzle.

The first place I hit was the Canadian Museum of History - which, as the name (recently changed from 'Canadian Museum of Civilisation') suggests, is full of historical stuff to do with Canada. From prehistoric times (First Nations stuff) through French vs English ...

Stanley Fields Introduction (Canadian WW2 Veteran)

A travel blog entry by sfdcijunobeach on May 26, 2014

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... marching. The Fifth Field Company was formed in August, 1941. There were around 56 soldiers in his Company. They worked continuously at building bridges and removing mines. Stanley’s Company trained in Terrace, British Columbia before being shipped off overseas in July, 1943.
In late spring, Stanley ...

May 21, 2014 We enter the forest

A travel blog entry by lauraebers on May 21, 2014

Deciding to take a different route to Lord Farquaad's castle, we must go through the forest Fairfield. Never hearing about this forest, we walk in not knowing what could be in there or what could happen to us. All we see as we walk is the constant color of bright bug like eyes staring at us. As the sun goes down, Fiona demands the find somewhere for her to sleep. Not wanting to fight with her, we find a small cave and she ...


A travel blog entry by amanda_wheatsa on May 12, 2014

... a number if drinks! We went to Bitter Springs the next day-only 10 mins away. These were more natural springs with a lot more organic matter on the sides and in the water. Logs were under water and a lot of long, green mossy stuff on the bottom that Will loved to dive down and grab. These springs were longer too and we floated down the stream to a spot where there was a bridge where Will couldn't wait to ...