Park Inn Sault Sainte Marie
Travel Blogs from Sault Sainte Marie
OK, what was the unexpected event for the day??? Gaylord, stopping for some lunch. Traffic heavy on the freeway (are all the people going to bridge for the Labor Day bridge walk?). We exit the freeway, coming down the ramp. 100 yards in front of us I can see 3 large seagulls in the middle of the road fighting of some food scrap. Are they going to …
... tear in it.
In true city slicker fashion we called CAA! They informed us it would be almost an hour to get a truck out to the middle of nowhere.
How hard can it be to change a tire? We can handle this. Where is the manual for the van? Good there is a section on installing the spare and even better still there is ...
... this is time consuming when you have accommodations booked kms away.
Poor Richard is driving in and out of the mist and drizzle passed through Pancake National Park where the Agawa native Craft Centre is. Got a green light at the Carp River bridgeworks and red light at Batchawana River bridgeworks. Batchawana Bay is picturesque homes, cabins, camping sites and lots of moored boats. We see lots of ...
... appears to be still an uneasy one, but initiatives by one of my hosts to build ties through mutual activists such as kayaking and sustainable construction seem to hold real potential for engaging what, on this leg of the journey seems to be a disaffected youth. A malaise not confined to this section of the community alone but across the younger population as a whole. Where high levels of unemployment, are leading to shrinking towns and the lack of tangible opportunities, ...
... We stopped to pick up a few groceries and headed home to poor little Nibsy who had been cooped up most of the day. We set the air conditioner and left the TV on for company, but still when we got back he was awfully glad to see us.
I made chili and salad for supper and took the pooch for a walk. Bob had a quick nap then put the clubs and golf bag carrier away.
All in all, a great ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
This is kind of an odd hotel. The rooms are very small but seemed clean. The breakfast room was also small and the breakfast small. This was our first lodging on our motorcycle trip around Lake Superior in September of 2010. There were other motorcyclists staying there also. It was sufficient for our purpose.
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