Days Inn Colchester
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I had beautiful weather for riding on Thursday. The sun was high in the sky by the time I hit the road which was great as I did not have to ride into the sun on my eastward trek. I was planning to ride to Perth, ON on highway 7 then southeast on highway 43 to cross at Cornwall. Progress was slow due to construction so I turned south early on …
Snowing at last. We checked out and left our bags while we went for a walk through Montréal's underground city. Most things were closed for the holiday which was disappointing. I felt sick and fainted which caused a stir with the security. We eventually picked up our bags and walked in the snow to the Greyhound terminal and bought tickets to …
I got a late start this morning, but I'm leaving before 8AM so I should get to Montreal in time for a early lunch. I'm glad I brought my passport because I think you need it now to cross the Canadian border.
After a quick 1hr flight from BWI, I'm here in Burlington, VT. I ended up staying at the Days Inn, which is a surprisingly good value for $60, with free Wi-Fi. For my rental car I got a Chevy Aveo which is great because I should be able to get 40MPG, especially on the highway. The plan for tomorrow is to leave for Quebec City as early as possible. It should be a 3 1/2 hour drive.
... an historic village a bit like a Timber Town on the north coast. Our hotel in Hartford was away from the city centre but only a 10 minute drive away. Hartford is the Capital of Connecticut and quite large by AUS standards. The following morning we visited Mark Twain's house ( or should I say Samuel Clemens) then hit the road to Springfield via Brattleboro trying to keep off the interstates as much as ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking