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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Leaving tomorrow for our flight to Budapest on September 6, 2015. A very tragic and volatile situation going on right now in Europe. Some of the headlines - "Migrant Crisis - chaos as trains stopped in Hungary", " We escaped from war and came to the big prison", and even more disturbing, "ISIS role in the migrant crisis". Maybe not a great time to be travelling to Europe, but we will be on our way soon. I can only pray that these families find somewhere safe to ...
... a visit to the area's oldest winery is a must. Waupoos Winery is set deep in the woods. This producer provides a variety of services; restaurant bar and grill, wedding reception facilities, a farm style fruits and veggie market, candy and chocolates en vrac. You name it they have it plus wine tastings all set in the oldest regional vineyard. The dark clouds settled over Picton and the rain started, it was time to ...
After breakfast we set out to the beach. Lots of parking and at a great price the day was planned. The first time ever for me in a lake and yes I did it in style - Lake Ontario baby ! We had supper back at Suites Mary followed by a bit of tv and a good night's sleep; all the fresh air ...
... parked in a hot car for hours, the small roads were under construction and slow but moving. We arrived in Picton at 5:30 pm. Our scheduled GPS 3:34 mins trip took 7:00 hours. Yup, this one takes the prize. We checked in to our suite, got back in the car and we were off the get our groceries for our stay! Larissa had seen a restaurant on "You got to eat here " located just minutes away from our place so our supper choice was easy. Tomorrow .... Beach ...
... was quite busy with lots of Quebec license plates. There were quite immense waves (good practice for Basin Head) AND it was very breezy (like teeth chattering snoddering cold). The boys' boogie bards got a work out. Ben dug trenches while Jonathan sat on MY lawnchair and read a Gordon Kormon book (who I met when I was in Grade 6 and Korman was a very new and young writer).
I decided it would be scenic to take the Glenora Ferry on my way to the ...