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TravelPod Member ReviewsVictoria Inn Thunder Bay
This hotel sucks the big one.
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... said, the view of Lake Superior and the Canadian shield definitely is a treat for the eyes.
My aunt greeted Sarah and I at her place in Thunder Bay. We will be spending the next two nights at The Hillcrest House - a mansion that was built in 1901, and can be found on the Ontario Properties Heritage Database! This place is absolutely dripping with character and history. It ...
... were getting some snow fall on this day. On our journey we stopped at Marina's sister home and had a tour through her beautiful home. I also got to see her parents place, which is a beautiful place that looks like a show room home, one of those homes you get in House and Home. Then we want to have something to eat and Marina took me to a unusual place that is inspired by the Finland culture. It was a restaurant that had saunas ...
... br> This really emphasis the importance of booking in advance - but cell service was an issue and I thought at this point we would be closer to Kenora.
Once we were settled in our room and the cot was delivered - I assumed I would sleep with Karen again, give mom a bed to herself and 'thrasher' could have her own bed :) Kathy felt I should have my own bed because I do all the driving - very kind of her - but I was comfortable sleeping with Karen. ...
... by the driving habits of the locals, this is not Saskatchewan. Speed limit is 90km/hr and the province bought these signs in bulk. It appears that +10km/hr is ok. More than that = more likely a problem. In Saskatchewan, I went 140km/hr past an RCMP cruiser and I don't think he even looked in my direction. Everybody drove that fast there. I stopped at Sioux Narrows, I really liked the wood and steel bridge. It also reminded me of Karl May and all his books about ...
... I’ve been collecting memory stones to
remember our special places since we left the Island. These, by far, were the most exciting and
most beautiful, but I’m not sure I can choose just one.
Just east of Thunder Bay, we stopped at the Terry Fox
monument. He was facing west, where the
setting sun would warm and illuminate his face as he was heading home to
BC. What a special place that ...