Travel Deal for January 11, 2013
This package includes accommodations, a full breakfast and three-course dinner per person. Pinewood Park Resort Hotel and Conference Centre has a fully licensed bar and restaurant on site as well as permits and trail maps. There’s also a secure lockup with 12-foot fences that is protected 24 hours a day.
This opportunity starts at $199. Available upgrades include:
- Executive King Room, add $10 per room per night
- Fireplace or Jacuzzi Suite, add $75 per room per night
- Fireplace and Jacuzzi Suite, add $85 per room per night
Vacay.ca Recommends Sudbury for Wild Weekends
Make the 128-kilometre drive from North Bay to Subury and enjoy a wild weekend — Stompin’ Tom Connors Style!
That’s what Vacay.ca Deputy Editor Rod Charles did when he visited the city and had a chance to write about his experiences.
Charles: “Having drinks and hanging out with friends on a dance floor is one way to enjoy Sudbury nightlife. But if you’re really into music, one of the things about Sudbury you will love are the places downtown where you can hear live music.
About a seven-minute walk from SRO is Towne House Tavern (206 Elgin Street, 705-674-6883), which has a different band performing every night. Listen to the music of a solid band until closing at 2 am while you drink have a beer ($3.75) at a table directly in front of the band, or on the patio looking out over the street.
Back at the corner of Larch and Durham, The Night Club (52 Larch Street, 705-675-6436) is packed. It’s bigger than Towne House and is rocking. The music is loud so don’t come here if you’re hoping to enjoy a nice conversation with that special someone.”
To book with Pinewood Park Resort Hotel and Conference Centre: Click here, or call 1-800-461-9592.