Our Trip In 1992
Pat and I began our trip East on August 15, and we planned a couple of sight-seeing stops before we reached our destinations in the Maritimes and New England. [Viewers may click on the map of Canada to obtain a broad, general perspective of our travels in Ontario, the Gaspé Peninsula in Québec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.]
On Saturday, March 15, we paid an admission fee of $9 each to visit Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg, Ontario. (CLICK to obtain a Visitor's Guide Map.) Personally, I enjoyed visits to Pioneer Village north of Toronto much more. It is possible that this opinion is influenced slightly by the brevity of our stay.
We drove on to the Journey's End Motel in Cornwall, Ontario, our first reservation for the trip, where we were kept awake by revellers partying in the halls after their evening at the local "Mohawk Bingo" establishment. The manager apologized when I pointed out that this ruckus was contrary to the management's policy which was posted on the door of every room. He offered to switch rooms to another floor, but by that time Pat was asleep . . . and I would have to suffer through a long drive to Les Jardins de Métis at Mont-Joli and on to our next reservation at the Journey's End Motel in Campbellton, New Brunswick. (CLICK to obtain a Visitor's Map.)
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