Travel Blogs from Port Colborne, Canada

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D-Day, Port Colborne, Canada travel blog

D-Day

A travel blog entry by vanruym.133

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Here we are waiting to get going... just like the thousands of troops of June 5, 1944 as they waited (not really, but I'm still anxious to get going!) ...we will soon invade the beaches of Normandy. I am sure that our landing will be a great deal less ...

Preparation, Port Colborne, Canada travel blog

Preparation

A travel blog entry by vanruym.133

It is getting exciting and a little overwhelming thinking about this trip. I have never been to Europe before. I have a huge book to read about the history of all the places we will be going to. I've ...

Haven't Left Yet...But Preparations Begin, Port Colborne, Canada travel blog

Haven't Left Yet...But Preparations Begin

A travel blog entry by vanruym.133

... As they regrouped and moved forward, many of the locals were delighted to learn that they spoke French! You've got to love Canada! Despite their losses, Canadians made it further in land that day than any other force. I was interested in finding out more ...

All my Bags are Packed...Im Ready to go !!, Toronto-Port Colborne, Canada travel blog

All my Bags are Packed...Im Ready to go !!

A travel blog entry by ashes

... 's gone down." Im staying with Annie for the next week, then im going to be with my family and friends during my last week in Canada. Wish me luck, this will probably be my last entry until im sweating my ass off in The Land of Smiles. ...

We went on a little hike, Port Colborne, Canada travel blog

We went on a little hike

A travel blog entry by starlagurl

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Also we found a very large man with a heavily made up wife, who was yelling at him about their van stuck in the snow. We tried to help, but a man on a tractor got them out. ...

My mom shaves my legs and we eat a lot of food, Port Colborne, Canada travel blog

My mom shaves my legs and we eat a lot of food

A travel blog entry by starlagurl

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Aleasha and I woke up way too early, because of my alarm clock going off at the ungodly hour of 6:30. A remnant of the early wakeup time on Friday. It seems that every Saturday morning, I manage to forget to turn the alarm on my watch off, and I wake up ...

Camping in Port Colborne (not Sherkston), Port Colborne, Canada travel blog

Camping in Port Colborne (not Sherkston)

A travel blog entry by starlagurl

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We didn't leave until at least 9:30, but we ended up making it there before 5 p.m. On the way there, I felt nauseous and like I was going to throw up, blech! I managed to sleep for a few hours, but that didn't help. I had some beef barley soup at Subway, ...

Mentor to Port Colborne, Port Colborne, Canada travel blog

Mentor to Port Colborne

A travel blog entry by roy.eaton

... we discussed our options: a 40 mile sail to Dunkirk and still have a 25 mile sail across Lake Erie or sail directly to Port Colborne, the Erie terminus of the Welland Canal. The decision was complicated not only by the distance which had to be covered but ...

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