Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... long am walks. Always a new beach and bar to discover! A favourite was one where loungers were free at our restaurant and access to snorkelling was good with no natives selling there wares! That is one thing about Barbados in areas we were at , the hawking was minimal! For Rick's birthday we had dinner at Cin Cin a restaurant right beside our ...
This cemetery has about two dozen graves, most if not all dating from the 19th century. "Crawford" is one of four or five surnames represented. Robert Crawford was the brother of our grandfather's great-grandfather Ralph Crawford, who was the first of our Crawford ancestors to emigrate to Canada, around 1820. Robert is buried here along with four of his children. My cousin Jean (Crawford) Sterritt tracked down this cemetery. Sadly, none of ...
Lovely day today, at least to start. Met 13 of our group of 21 at David and Joseph's for the bus to the airport. Unfortunately it started to pour around Oshawa so our 2.5 hour trip became 3.5. But we still got to the airport 2 hours early and there was no one in line at the BA counter. Went to our favourite restaurant for drinks and poutine! What a start to the ...
We made it approximately 4 miles before seeing a sign for "Niagara-on-the-Lake Wine Country" and quickly pulled off the road to check some of them out. Our first stop was to Colaneri (after driving 5 miles down the wrong road and seeing only the back sides of the wineries) located on Concession 6 (www.colaneriwines.com). This gorgeous spanish-style winery was built in 2010 and is still under construction in some locations; however, they have the wine perfected. The inside of ...
After dropping some things off at the hotel for a lighter travel, I begin my walking journey to get my Poutine, a native Canadian delicacy, from Smoke's Poutinerie. I pass a comic store and HAD to go in (still a nerd @ heart). After hearing the rave about this dish from the tour guide, I simply had to try it! Wikipedia defines Poutine as: "... a common Canadian dish, originally from Quebec, ...