The Windjammer Inn

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

    London back to Whitby

    A travel blog entry by kristene on Sep 06, 2014

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    Up 5.30am to shower and get ready to travel back to Sonoko and John's house in Whitby. All the Tao families in the area had arranged to meet at Sonoko and John's house to discuss the Retreat that was held last weekend. It was so lovely to catch up with all these lovely people again. We had a great discussion and sharing of ideas so they could make improvements to how they run future workshops. Still had ...

    London, Canada

    A travel blog entry by kristene on Sep 05, 2014

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    ... are covered walkways going over the roads so covers a number of blocks. When inside it does not seem you are going from block to block. This suits the weather here, where they have deep snow for 6 months a year, so great to have so many things inside. Next Mandy took us to "Coventry Gardens market Place". A wonderful indoor area selling not only fruit and vegetables, but also flowers, crafts, chocolates, ...

    Visiting with family

    A travel blog entry by 2stoochsonthego on Aug 29, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Not much sightseeing the past few days because we were visiting with family so there is less to report.

    Aug 29th

    We drove from Parry Sound to London Ontario. It was the beginning of the long weekend and the traffic was heavy. The highway was on the outskirts of Toronto and we were told the traffic is always heavy there and holiday weekends are just worse than usual. There were two freeways side by side so ...

    Patience

    A travel blog entry by benzeus on Aug 16, 2014

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    ... listen to Love This Town from Joel Plaskett, as he mentions Rivière-Du-Loup and it felt pretty appropriate.

    However, when the bus pulled up, it was immediately clear that there were at most 20 free seats, while there were close to 40 passengers who needed them. People began to panic, and a number of people rushed over, threw their luggage in to the bus and boarded quickly. The rest of were not so keen to jump on to ...

    Fanshawe Pioneer Village ...

    A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Jul 25, 2014

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    Situated outside the lovely regional city of London, this is another re-enactor-y historical village. With a variety of time periods covered.

    The re-enactors were a mixed bag - some knew what they were taking about, and were quite informative and interesting, while others really were full of blather (which would have been the fault of whomever provided them with ...