The Windjammer Inn

Address: 324 Smith Street, Port Stanley, Ontario, N5L 1C6, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 324 Smith Street, Port Stanley, is near Port Stanley Terminal Rail.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Stanley

    July 5th - Crossing to Canada

    A travel blog entry by mazk on Jul 05, 2015

    10 photos


    July 5th – Day 62



    Church this morning was at First
    Baptist Church in Trenton. The church people made us feel right at
    home, it was lovely to fellowship with our friends. The funny thing
    was an 11 year old travelling with Hannah was asking questions about
    New Zealand. “What do you call cars, walls and boats? Do you have
    electricity? Do you ...

    A few on the road

    A travel blog entry by travel_bob on Apr 22, 2015

    3 comments, 13 photos

    After leaving Niagara i headed to London... just because!! then followed the roads up the coastal roads following the Lakes. Past Lake Erie, Lake Huron and Georgian Bay to the Town of Barrie.

    Again lovely weather... oh and note self.. just because A Town name has "Beach" in the title doesn't mean it has a nice beach!!
    Great couple of days driving.

    On to Kingston.

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    It's Friday...but SUNDAY IS COMING!!!

    A travel blog entry by salvationbrass on Apr 03, 2015

    1 photo

    ... from the Saint Thomas corps. Following behind were a few hundred others witnessing for Jesus on Good Friday including several people carrying a very large, heavy wooden cross. At the end of the march we stopped for a service outside the town hall. Many different denominations took part and we were treated to some special singing and effective worship dances. It was really good for us to be able to ...

    Step Back in Time...

    A travel blog entry by gypsymonika on Feb 15, 2015

    10 photos

    ... like it would be a great spot for a picnic in the summer.

    As we went down the driveway to the mill parking lot I was surprised at how big the mill actually is. Of course lots of silos, but I was aching to roam around and see the mill in action! No such luck. The mill store is open Sundays, but they don't do any milling on that day. So Liam had to be content with ...

    Familiar Names

    A travel blog entry by rustypro on Sep 28, 2013

    2 photos

    ... 000 as opposed to the odd 2 or 3,000 we had seen thus far today. It even had tall buildings, electicity and everything. Its our first sign of what could be classed as large civilisation since leaving Quebec City. Slightly over awed by big buildings we decide to press on to find somewhere smaller to stay and head for the coast of Lake Erie. This has another familiar town name to head for, Port Stanley. A quaint little fishing town with about ...