Best Western Royal Oak Inn

Address: 35 Hart Drive, Barrie, Ontario, L4N 5M3, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the 400 North area of Barrie, is near Ski Snow Valley Barrie and Lake Simcoe.
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    Travel Blogs from Barrie

    We Don't Mess Around

    A travel blog entry by casadekava on Apr 26, 2015

    4 photos

    As new RVers, we knew there would be a learning curve, and that everything wouldn't always go as planned. What we didn't expect, however, were the lessons to come so soon. We finally started our journey late afternoon on Apr 23, after waiting for an axle seal to be replaced on the car. We got the car hooked up on the tow bar and, with a cheer, got on the road. The plan was for a short drive to the Flying J in Napanee, where there would be 24 hour facilities and ...

    We are off the train in Toronto!!!!!!! - Day 16

    A travel blog entry by pjcost on Oct 05, 2013

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    ... are paper thin. 9. 2 nights is plenty for the train experience. Both of us found the 3rd night one night too many. 10. VIA is a state run railroad and the level of service is much different than the Rocky Mountaineer. No announcements are made regarding history or information about the land. The crew was very efficient from Jasper to Winnipeg but the crew from Winnipeg to Toronto was not so good. We are about to detrain. ...

    The Soo to Barrie

    A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Jun 17, 2013

    4 photos

    ... for a picnic lunch in Espanola in a small park in the town. Man, it it hard to find a picnic ground when you are looking for one. The town,on the Spanish River, is named because of a Spanish speaking woman who was brought to the area by Ojibway traders returning from the mid-west plains. Early French fur traders were surprised to run in to Spanish speaking natives. It was cool, windy and buggy and smelly (because ...

    Book Club Goes International

    A travel blog entry by cherylsimpkin on May 17, 2013

    18 comments, 29 photos

    ... After that it closes so after partial purse/backpack/luggage decapitation we all found our seats which were occupied.......so these people knowing they where in the wrong seats moved or tried too as we were filling the isle and moving was not an option. English was exchanged and they looked confused but final got it and we reversed all the luggage and ourselves looking like a group of penguins backing up......so that they could pass.... Next the luggage was stored and ...

    Entry #7 Cult'rural'

    A travel blog entry by pltheadventurer on May 13, 2012

    7 photos

    ... In Quebec, the clothing style is generally mysterious and it’s very influenced by Europe. With that been said, the dressing style in Toronto is very influenced by the U.S. You can almost say you’re in New York when you walk on Yonge Street (the main street) and see people’s dresses, banners, ads, etc.

    Another thing I noticed about Toronto, is how this city is multicultural: there ...