Travelodge Hotel Downtown Windsor

Address: 33 Riverside Dr E, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 2S4, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the City Centre area of Windsor, is near Caesars Windsor, GM Renaissance Center, Greektown Casino, and Detroit-Windsor Tunnel.
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        • Restaurant
        • Swimming pool
        • Fitness/Health center


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Pets allowed


        • Room service
        • Business Services

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        Travel Blogs from Windsor

        Time to celebrate

        A travel blog entry by david.jamie2sw on Sep 12, 2015

        RV summer camp is over. We have mixed feelings.We made new friends among the camp hosts and staff. Being with the two grandchildren spoiled us rotten and we adored every minute.The commuting to rendezvous with their parents each day became old. Being camp hosts was far more physical work than we ever anticipated and a bit much in addition to spending our days with our two fun and very active grandchildren. We did more biking and playing card games than we have ...

        Our starting point for our western adventure

        A travel blog entry by sel48. on Sep 10, 2015

        ... who work in Detroit and then separate lanes for returning Americans and finally for Canadians like us! The border agent wanted to make sure we had no PEI potatoes on board and was interested in what we did for a living!

        We followed our GPS as opposed to the Trip Tik that CAA provided us. That meant that we dropped straight down from Detroit Michigan on I 75 to I-70, but went through ...

        Toronto, the comfy jumper of cities

        A travel blog entry by wattsy on Jun 16, 2015

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        ... grown over time, known as PATH. I don't know how large it is, but you can spend hours down there, and quite easily get lost (which we did!). But it means you can navigate the city easily and comfortably whatever the weather. During the week the PATH is bustling, as it joins the subway stops with office buildings, and is lined with shops along it's route.

        On our last full day we visited a brewery called Steam Whistle. It's located in an old steam train ...


        A travel blog entry by elainesj on Sep 16, 2014

        ... booths, family photos on the walls and a frenetic open kitchen. From its hissing grill come crisp potato cakes ($1.50), made with cream and Cheddar cheese and onions. The Florentine eggs Benedict is just-wilted spinach ($9.99) and grilled English muffins, as big and moist as pancakes. Half portions are available — and advisable. For a small morning snack. White Electric Coffee (711 Westminster Street; 401-453-3007; ...

        Pre-trip movies & books

        A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jan 12, 2014

        ... br> London:
        The Queen - kids and I watched this which gave us some background about the Queen and Princess Diana. The kids had no idea who Princess Di even was!

        Winning London - kitschy Mary Kate and Ashley movie. This was fun - it was practically a tourist video. The kids got really interested in a lot of the places featured in the movie.

        Stormbreaker - looks like a fun spy movie about a boy in London

        BedKnobs and Broomsticks - fun, Mary Poppin style