Canadas Best Value Inn - Sunset Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Canadas Best Value Inn - Sunset Inn Huntsville
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... That's where we come to enjoy each other's company. We swim, boat, dive, float, eat and laugh! The lake is a wonderful playground. Yet in the morning it offers peaceful introspection what really matters in life - kindness, encouragement, learning, support, sharing, and ...
... weren't bothered at all about the people. Some were getting crazy close too. The next we saw just a bit further up the road, and the last was also super exciting for us, a big bull moose in the bush a bit back from the road. I wasn't able to get a good photo of him, but it was the first bull moose we had seen. We also saw 2 quite small red foxes just by the campsite. We stopped the car, and I got out and was able to get quite close to 1 of them, before I decided it ...
... boarding. As usual, my legs were shaking like crazy when I first got on, but it turned out to be so much fun (as soon as they stopped shaking).
The party was an awesome night on Friday, and we were dying when we woke up on Saturday. Mike has a thing for floating down the river, so after a massive cooked breakfast in town, he managed to talk us and a few other people into floating down ...
... windshield. The universe, taking care of me, again! Waiting until I was all packed up before unleashing her torrent. Pouring, need-another-speed-on-the-windshield-wi pers, rain lasted most of the ten hour drive to the next park. Just as I got to the first road sign heralding the direction to Algonquin, the sky began to clear and the truck happily ker-thunked as the road turned from pavement to dirt. Oh how I love dirt roads and all ...
We awoke at 5:00 am to a winter wonderland and the news that Highway 400 at Barrie was closed in both directions. Our departure was delayed as an alternate route was worked out in order to gather all our passengers. Stops were made in Orillia, Barrie, Bradford (along Yonge Street to get there) and Vaughan where we picked up Bill Watts, our driver and Tony Stewart's biggest fan. The snow was heaviest in the Barrie area and disappeared from the sky by ...