Super 8 - Sault Ste. Marie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 - Sault Ste. Marie Sault Sainte Marie
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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TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 - Sault Ste. Marie Sault Sainte Marie
Travel Blogs from Sault Sainte Marie
First off- I enjoyed hero status briefly yesterday when I found the missing cell phone in the cargo bin of the camper. Rob was more than relieved. The four of us headed out on bicycles yesterday morning and rode into downtown Saute Ste Marie. Stopped by several of the freighters, the portage area, and toured the historic district. Stopped at a highly ...
... most famous for it's root beer like color due to the tannic acid present in the rocks. Hard to believe we have been on this trip for 4 weeks. The days fly by. Maureen and Ben are great traveling companions. Rob has misplaced his phone, so you will need to call Lyn's phone to reach us. He is feeling much better in the last couple of days - not nearly so sore. No more roofs for him! More later. Love to all. Life is ...
... well make it up in Manitoba and by cutting short our stops in Winnepeg and Jasper. Now listening to two fellas playing guitars and singing. Lots of people in the activity car. It's interesting how we are now talking and starting to recognize ...
... shots and getting frustrated. I actually only played 16 holes. Bob had a pretty good game though and it was a beautiful sunny day.
After golf we went in search of wifi. The campground is supposed to have it but we can't pick it up at our camp spot and even standing right beside the office the connection is pretty weak. We found a really nice little cafe with old wooden floors, a comfy couch ...
... I took Indy and followed the Coastal Alvar Trail until it met the Misery Bay trail. The trail was almost completely flat stone (instead of dirt), and the trees gave way to barren clearings every so often, again marked by large expanses of stone. At the water's edge of Lake Huron, I wandered around the beach flats for a bit. The sand was alternately perfect beach sand and very sticky mud that gave way easily underfoot. Indy got stuck at one point... see the photo of ...