Fortune's Madawaska Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Left the house around 10 am, dropped Bernie and Nimal at the Square One Factory Outlet and Went to the Trillion Hospital in Mississuaga to see DR who had a heart attack two days ago. He is out of danger now and will be getting a stent done tomorrow.. From the hospital we drove back to the Square One factory outlet where we met Bernie and Nimal. With all the many sales, we shopped till we dropped and got back at 8 pm! Had early dinner and packed our bags for tomorrow's trip to ...
... we go along hwy 69 which is dark, cold, and travels right beside this deer sanctuary/ hunting grounds. 85MPH with this forest flying by and dead deer littering the hwy sure keeps a guy alert. I would have rather tried my luck with no cops and lots off bad guys in Detroit.
We pull into the driveway a little after 1:30 am with just over 1050km logged on the day. The grand total I have on my bike for this trip is 9961 km. 16/17 days. It's good to be ...
... the both of us and went back to bed and talked about what we might do today and where to stay for one night in Montreal. Some of the places I re-emailed to stay for one night don't go below three nights which is a pity.
We both enjoyed a leisurely breakfast I caught up with checking bank accounts and ticking off Canadian receipts on our Cash Passport MasterCard Account. Making sure everything balances with our expense spreadsheet ...
... and ready to go we are so used to living out of a boot (or as they say in Canada trunk) now. Handed the key back to the Owners and said we had a relaxing stay with no TV and WIFI (a bit naughty saying that hope they get the hint to hurry up with the connections).
Nice to get away from the roadworks as the crew started working on the bridge near the cabins at 7.00am glad we stayed over the weekend and not a week day. Virtually had Hwy 60 through ...
... some distilled water to top up our second battery which powers our fridge. Unlike at home where distilled water is available for free at most filling stations here in Canada you have to buy it. The same applies by the way to checking one’s tyres and pumping them if needs be. No, you also must pay, usually a dollar, to get air for the tyres. And even then the hose is only connected to the compressor for a short time. Not exactly a way of encouraging
drivers to be safety ...