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

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    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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    ... were thinking that we wished we would have known a few things before boarding the train. So if you are thinking of is trip, maybe this list will be helpful. 1. The stateroom is small. Only bring a change of clothes, your meds and toiletries in a backpack. People on this train do not dress for dinners so no nice clothes are needed. If you have claustrophobia, you will either be cured or go crazy. 2. Bring shower slippers. ...

    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

    ... decided that you must get used to torrential rain even here in the south of France. As we headed to Agen the sky brightened and by the time we got to the car drop off the rain had stopped. The Eurocar lady's had told us to just park it someplace close as there are no allocated spots as it is in the middle of the centre of the town...... This proved a challenge and finally with Cheryl getting annoyed at the lack of a so called "parking places close by" Nancy hopped out 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 ...