Wolf Clan Hotel
Travel Blogs from Hogansburg
... we ordered pizza from Riverside Pizzeria. We love this restaurant now. We ordered a Riverside Special Pizza and a Veggie Pizza (for me). We also ordered French Fries.
After eating our food, we were all stuffed so decided to go for a little walk around the neighbourhood. It was quite relaxing and I even took several pictures along the way.
All in all, we had a wonderful day.
Upper Canada Village is less than an hour away from our home.
Once we arrived at the Village, we noticed that the entrance to this place had completely changed. The entrance was now more modern and enclosed with a building.
Joanne and I were given passes when we had dropped Fiona off at her camp. We therefore only had to pay for Frederick's pass for the day.
We walked around the village and looked at the houses, stores and other buildings. ...
... out for it as we came into Quebec. It was very pronounced when we got there, so I took the turn off and the GPS showed I was in the middle of no where, and headed to no place in particular. We hit the tollbooth where I asked the lady how many more booths we should expect to hit between here and the road to Sherbrooke. She advised me that this was the only toll and that I should easily find the road to Sherbrooke, and all was ok. Believe me all was OK. A 4 ...
... and forged a great team of tenors, sides, and a bass. to complement the ensemble sound of the band.
As well, the gr. 4 band finished respectably with their best performance of the year. Led by Pipe Major Lyle Davidson, a well known piping enthusiast and competitor in Ottawa, he also holds distinguished family ties to his clan's pioneering the glengarry frontier on the St Lawrence River from the early 1800's.
He is assisted by ...
... The setting for this village is magnificent as it is on the St Lawrence river and uses the river power for a lot of it's functions. You actually feel like you are back in 1860.
- It says you should allow 3 to 4 hours and we were there for 4.5 and loved it! Well worth the $15 admission.