Guest House on the Mount

1490 Richmond Street, London, N6G 2M3, Canada
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Travel Tips for London

Go out and play golf on one of...

by Kai112DE

Go out and play golf on one of the many beautiful golf courses! For a german, where golf is a sport only for people who can afford outrageous membership and green fees, it is amazingly cheap...
Well, at least try ur luck at the driving range, it is sooooooo much fun...
London has quite a few very good and scenic golf courses, for example the one out at Fanshawe Park or the Thames Valley Golf Course, along the Thames river ( Springbank Park is on the other side...) For families or people who tend to get upset if the numbers on their scorecard are mile high i would suggest to take the golf course at East Park Gardens (Hamilton Road/ Clarke Side Road)... coz there u can cool ur temper in one of those batting cages after a poor round out on the golf course... *lol* My uncle and cousin always tried to teach me how to golf... with more or less little success... coz i love baseball and swing for fences... when i hit it goes faaaaar... very far... but i tend to miss the ball very often or torture the grass...

A whole lot of golf courses to...

by mizgoldie

A whole lot of golf courses to visit in the London and surrounding areas. My favorite is Echo Valley just minutes west of London, off of highway # 2. Courses vary, from private to public. The nicest time to golf is in the fall when the leaves are turning, but it can be difficult to find your ball because of the falling leaves! lol

Archeaology & First Nations

by Redlats

We visited this museum one Saturday. It is part display museum - discussing the native tribes that lived nearby and explaining how they lived, and outside, it is partly a reconstructed native town with a palisade and longhouse. I had no idea that the natives built walled cities - always thought that was a technique that the Europeans only used.

The museum is associated with the University of Western Ontario, and is on the site of the Lawson Prehistoric Iroquoian Village. They could be digging on site at any time, and you can read as to what they have found in the area close to the museum. Over the centuries, the natives changed the way they lived - becoming farmers at some time, and in the fourteenth century, they actually conducted mass burials where bones of the dead were placed in an ossuary - again interesting stuff - I never connected ossuaries with native settlements.

While we visited, they had demonstrations of native culture - dancing, etc. You can see some of it in the second and third pictures.

In 2008, the adult fee was $4 or $10 for a family.

Discover the city! Okay,...

by Kai112DE

Discover the city! Okay, okay... a car can be very convenient, and since i got a drivers licence, i use a rental car or my cousin´s car to get around town... but hey, u see the most and get a very good impression of the citizens and the city when discovering the city by BUS... yeah, the LTC´s bus system is pretty good, methinks... except that they do not run late at night! But their bus routes go from north to south, east to west... and a few loop routes...they take u everywhere... for example, the No.4 bus (Oxford East) takes u all the way from the north-east (Airport) to the south going thru downtown... a nice 70minutes right... i dunno if they are as cheap as they used to, but i loved the transit system in London! Not a single bus route i haven´t tried... ;o)
The buses take u all over the city, and i used to watch with interest the people in the bus... can be quite fun =)

The Forest City

by lovelygirl_35

"Beautiful city of London, Ontario"

London is a beautiful city that has the feeling and friendliness of a town, rather than a sprawling large city. It features great restaurants, shops and live theatre. There are also many ethnic clubs where you can visit with people from your home countries and enjoy a dance with a live band. There are many churches of all denominations as well.


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Address: 1490 Richmond Street, London, N6G 2M3, Canada