Super 8 - Sarnia
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 - Sarnia
Travel Blogs from Sarnia
... we decided to venture away from the 402 freeway and meander thru the rural areas. The foliage is incredible, day lilies growing in abundance in the ditches, lush corn, tobacco, potato and grain fields, and the trees...walnut, ash, elm, spruce, oak, maple, monster weeping willows and so many more I can't identify. Interesting to note is that even with all this wood around many house are stone and brick. Next stop Niagara ...
... This also meant we weren't eaten alive from sitting outside! It was quite a sight with lightning striking every 10 seconds or so. Some fork, some lighting the entire sky up! Before the rain deluged, we retreated to the cabin to attempt to get some sleep as we needed to be on the road by 8am. Sleep was not forthcoming as the storm hit overhead abt 1.30 with MUCHUS rain, lightning and huge booms of ...
... to where we were sat before. This time attempting one big bananagrams..... The oldies went to the diner for dinner so we demolished the left over mountain of wedding food! It was nice being just the 8 of us again! As there were a lot of paper plates and wooden cutlery to burn it was bonfire time with our official first ever Canadian s'more in Canada. How can you go wrong with biscuit, melted marshmallow and chocolate!!!!! Tired.com by then and ...
... skimming stones was our safest option. The dinner consisted of spectacular marinated steak, thinly sliced that melted in your mouth! We ate alot of it! Also some fresh strawberries for desert which were equally scrummy! I drank wine with Shani (maid of honour) whilst the boys all squirrelled themselves away in the 'sunroom' for whisky and laddish things. Any woman that entered got booed out again!!! They are going to have a headache on wedding ...
... and are met by natives in bandanas either on their heads of on
their faces, and what are they to think when no one shows up to man the gates
and they cannot get on the beach. For sure the municipality is not going to get
involved, for sure the province is not going to get involved and for sure the
feds want nothing to do with KP / Ipperwash Beach and any of its problems.
It reminds me of an old adage. “Be
careful what you wish for”!