Mountain Springs Resort and Conference Centre

Address: RR 3 Blue Mountain Road, The Blue Mountains, Ontario, L9Y 3Z2, Canada | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on RR 3 Blue Mountain Road, The Blue Mountains, is near Le Scandinave Spa at Blue Mountain, Village at Blue, Kalola Boutique & Spa, and Plunge! Aquatic Center.
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      Travel Blogs from The Blue Mountains

      Sleep Deprivation

      A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Feb 12, 2015

      ... room for a week; my important letter is missing in post; my phone is acting up; I may or may not be getting ill. I stumble around in the dark cavern of my brain much as my tired body fights against the destructive, frozen wind. But at least the sun is shining right now. There will be a time I will feel normal again; my body will finally be wholly warm and my fretful brain will at last be happy, satiated with healthy ...

      February 8, 2015

      A travel blog entry by hudcrocam on Feb 08, 2015

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... long am walks. Always a new beach and bar to discover! A favourite was one where loungers were free at our restaurant and access to snorkelling was good with no natives selling there wares! That is one thing about Barbados in areas we were at , the hawking was minimal! For Rick's birthday we had dinner at Cin Cin a restaurant right beside our ...

      After Hours

      A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jan 31, 2015

      ... I', affirming that there are still signs of life beyond the desk, that other things still matter. The first-person-plural, the insidious 'we' of desk speak, can seem tyrannical in the end, can make a person feel faceless, voiceless, an interchangeable body in the working crowd. The service industry was always thus. All this shift-swapping culminated in me working a late shift from 5 pm to 1 am a while ago, so a good insight into the dreamy, ...

      Basic Wilderness Survival for Urbanised Idiots

      A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jan 30, 2015

      1 photo

      ... just as darkness started to fall. After signing the interminable waivers- I have never known an organisation so obsessed with indemnification as this one, though, due to the dangerous nature of their product, I suppose understandably so- we were issued with our snowshoes. These basically look like tennis racquets that are strapped to one's feet, dispersing one's weight over a broader area so one does not sink into deep snow so much. Traditional snowshoes were once carved from hardwood ...

      Guy in coffee shop, Conversation ensues

      A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jan 28, 2015

      ... factor and subject of choice. Mark had this endearing habit of falling silent while he searched for exactly the right words to express his thoughts. I liked that he was so considerate, so meticulous in this way. Too many people in this world- myself included- speak nonsense without thinking, they speak just to speak, just to make noise, to be heard. Meeting someone who speaks with such care is thus refreshing; someone who uses language as a means of ...