Meaford Motel & Restaurant

Address: 126 Sykes Street North, Meaford, Ontario, N4L 1P3, Canada | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel is located on 126 Sykes Street North, Meaford.
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Travel Blogs from Meaford

The Bones of Winter

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 22, 2015

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... the eerie music was leaking from the streetlights again, making it seem as though the apocalypse had happened and the entire outside world had been obliterated.Time seemed to dissolve as I waited, folding back on itself and spinning into circles so I forgot almost whether it was the beginning or the end. Or perhaps it was that time was revealing the truth of itself to me as something wholly interminable, like a labyrinth, something that ...

Tomorrow We Start Again

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 18, 2015

... that I had just missed the ambulance. The scottish guy who lives next to us apparently had pulled some stunt and dislocated his leg in the process and had to pay $1500 down to get seen by the Canadian doctor at the hospital. (I blanched when I heard this the next day, for such a huge sum would encompass nearly all of my travel budget for the next phase!) I tried to picture all of this vibrant chaos going on above me while I dreamt deeply beneath ...

See you at the Next Location

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 16, 2015

... we expend on memories draws things back to us, perhaps that is the real conclusion? And that is why to feel sad when raking through the bones of our lives, though painful and exhausting, is also an obligation, a necessary, crucial thing to do some of the time. That is why windows are built, why paths wind up at doors. Because we are looking out for the people we have known, waiting for them to walk back into our lives and make our chore of remembering ...

Rupture

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 09, 2015

... something I wrote about once. So it is with the winter that is finishing. The old snow is now melting. Puddles expand into gritty lakes by the sides of the highways. Everything was frozen and then it wasn't, it was moving, it continues to transform. Everything is changing around me. The huge sheets of ice that have lain on the ground beneath my feet are rupturing, pulling apart and so I cannot trust my step anymore. And just as the ...

Enter the Ghosts

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 06, 2015

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... a name that is assuredly not your own, claiming an intimacy and history that has nothing to do with you. Your heart stops. For a second, you are bewildered, disorientated, you doubt the reality of your own life. You are possessed by the ghost of the person you have been mistaken for. Then you get defensive, perhaps you push the hands away, or make an interjection. Then you become apologetic, murmur a few kind words, back slowly into the shadows. I haven't been mistaken for ...