The Duchess of Wellington

320 Wellington Street West, Chatham, Ontario, N7M 1K1, Canada | B&B
Prices starting from $114.00

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A travel blog entry by europa

... this look as no one approached me. So being the resourceful individual I am I stopped an official looking person and asked where I got the flight to London Ontario. 'Oh thats in D area in B section' ????? So following the direction of her finger I went up to D section and made my way to B section which was RIGHT over on the farrrrrrr side of B Section. Arrived in D area to be met with ' International Flights'.



A travel blog entry by europa

... and it all more or less went downhill from there. Firstly the wonderful security check - manned (or should that be womanned) by a girl who looked as though she had swallowed a wasp asking inane questions...

Where are you staying - Chatham Kent
Do you have someone to stay with - no am thinking of finding a tree to lie under for three days (of course I didn't say that)
Is if family or friends - friends
What is the purpose of your ...


A travel blog entry by europa

... br> So Char and I tootled off to a restaurant called Parkfield - run by disabled youngsters - to say the food was wonderful was an understatement. We met up with Patty Bluegenes as she isn't going to the meet and of course would have been upset to have missed her. We had a great catch up and a lovely meal and pudding - what more could you ask for.

On the way back we called in at the ...

Day 51

A travel blog entry by bharvey


... Denis wanted to go through to end the journey through his early years. His life was so different than mine. It is hard for me to imagine that a whole family of mom and dad and seven kids, ranging in age from 16 1/2 to 7, take off on a train from a small town in Quebec on the Gaspe Peninsula no less as they have taken on a job picking tomatoes for a farmer in Pain Court, Ontario. ...

Day 11: Welcome to Canada!

A travel blog entry by hali33


... into the tunnel.

It was raining, so I couldn't really pay attention, but the architecture at the border was pretty cool to see. It was super old. The tunnel reminded me of this movie I saw where people got stuck in this tunnel under the water, and it started leaking. Luckily, we made it through without a hitch. We spoke with the customs agent, he gave us directions to the 401 E highway, and we were off. It rained a little bit more, but by the time we made ...


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