The Harbourfront Inn

Address: 505 Harbour Road, Sarnia, Ontario, N7T 5R8, Canada | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 505 Harbour Road, Sarnia, is near Fort Gratiot Lighthouse, Black River Golf Club, Thomas Edison Depot Museum, and Lake Huron.
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Travel Blogs from Sarnia

1st Day on the Road, Were Gonna Make it to Memphis

A travel blog entry by aircor on Dec 22, 2014

1 comment

... back. This would be our seating arrangements for most of our excursion.

All was happy and we crossed on to the 94 and turned to take the 69 towards Chicago, where we connected again on the 94 and then south down the 57. The GPS did not agree with the Google map route at this point, as Google maps thought we should take the 55. Anyways along we drove and drove, stopping for the night at West Memphis Arkansas around 6 ...

Our first home -

A travel blog entry by jcuthb001 on Dec 05, 2014

Steve and I have lived here for 17 years - it is the first home we bought together.
Love the house, the town and the property. 2 Acres of nice wooded land - lots of room for the dogs to roam and creates a park like atmosphere for us to enjoy. House is 2100 sq ft - more space then what 2 people should need but it was the perfect buy for us at the time
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Epilog

A travel blog entry by mv_meander on Jun 26, 2014

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... if there weren't so many other lakes, rivers, and canals to explore!

Until next time,

The Meanderthals
John, Camille, and Charlie





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COMMON MAN, LETS GET OUT OF THE SNOW

A travel blog entry by aircor on Dec 04, 2013

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... roots, in the spring and summer. Nary an acorn. Here, hopefully will be the demise of the pesky squirrel. Now I know you are sitting there with a quizzical scowl on your face and saying no acorns, how can that be? Well, Google it. It seems that acorns develop form cornets, which grow into fruit in the spring of the previous year, note the previous year. Now, remember the decimating frosts that we had the previous year that again decimated the fruit crops in Ontario, and ...

A stop off at Sarnia before heading 'home'!

A travel blog entry by meagher on Aug 03, 2013

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We stopped in to visit Stephanie in a small town of about 70, 000 called Sarnia before we flew back to Vancouver from Detroit. She showed us the sites of this pretty little town including the very picturesque Lake Huron on which the town is set. We had fries under the bridge, went for some nice walks, visited some of Mark and Kristy's haunts and went on a nice cruise on the lake ...