Fortune's Madawaska Valley Inn

Address: 19854 Hwy. 60, Barry's Bay, Ontario, K0J 1B0, Canada | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 19854 Hwy. 60, Barry's Bay, is near HMCS Haida, Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology, and Canada Marine Discovery Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Barry's Bay

    Our Algonquin experience!

    A travel blog entry by linda.edwards on Jun 12, 2015

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    Left North Bay and stopped to tour the home of the Dionne Quints house and the young man who gave us the tour was really good. It is an amazing story but sad also. The tour made up for the debacle of yesteryear...

    On to Huntsville to a larger laundry mat to wash the sleeping bags....

    Stopped at Burk's Fall and saw a covered bridge and a whole lot of mosquitos.....Ontario can keep itself at this point...

    On ...

    Toronto

    A travel blog entry by sherryjayamanne on Aug 12, 2014

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    Once again we took the 10.40 am bus to the city. Visited the famous CN Tower which is the National Icon and Engineering marvel of Toronto. The Tower has six glass-faced high-speed elevators which travel at 22km/hr and takes only 58 seconds to reach 346 metres. We also ventured to the highest observation platform - SkyPod which is an additional 33 stories higher and has a unique and spectacular view - 360 degrees looking down over Toronto, Lake Ontario and ...

    Exploring Barry's Bay

    A travel blog entry by lilmont on Sep 17, 2013

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    ... as we went along crossed over the road to the old Railway Station which is now the Information Centre. This is one of the few original railway stations left in Ontario was built in 1894 up until the 1930's the rail line was the main transportation route between Montreal and Toronto carrying lumber, wheat, soldiers, liquor and passengers. It closed in the late 1960's.
    Down the road is one of only two remaining authentic wooden ...

    Rejuvinated & ready for short drive to Barry's Bay

    A travel blog entry by lilmont on Sep 16, 2013

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    ... the GPS picks) and came out back on Hwy 60. There could have been a McDonald’s (ha!ha!) with free WIFI or a Library seeing it is a bigger town than Whitney. It is nice that a lot of the towns are by lakes or rivers like Madawaska which is by Bark Lake where there is a Camping/RV site and lots of cabin resorts round the lake where people can fish, canoe or go out in boats. Passed a big lumber/logging company on the outskirt of the town.

    One wonders ...

    WIne Fest in Niagara

    A travel blog entry by obrillips on Sep 15, 2013

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    ... the places had a cheese that was the greatest tasting mouthful of goodness ever!!! expensive tho... so we will have to try and remember it.
    We were dropped back home after the 8th winery, empty handed except for a bucket of grapes. There were nice wines... however no cheap clean skins like back home.
    It was a fun day and we made some new friends.
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