Travelodge Simcoe

385 Queensway West, Simcoe, Ontario, N3Y 2M9, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 385 Queensway West, Simcoe, is near Cumberland Heritage Village Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Simcoe

    Cross border search

    A travel blog entry by pjindover on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... not to mention while walking around the quaint streets of Porto where we stayed post cruise in a lovely walk up apartment on the second floor overlooking a chocolate shop (no I didn't plan that). Our Airbnb host met us when we first arrived and offered to carry up our suitcases. He needed time after that chore to catch his breath and I'm sure he thought there must be a body in Rose's bag it was so heavy. On this trip ...

    I'm starting to dream!

    A travel blog entry by pjindover on Jun 16, 2014

    My early European coach tours were reminiscent of the comedy "If This is Tuesday it Must be Belgium," a whirlwind of activity but mostly remembered as time on a bus. I thought there must be something better that gives you more time in fabulous destinations without it taking forever getting there. Well I discovered that there is - river cruising! Unpack once, enjoy the same bed ever night, meet people from all over including a mostly European staff ...

    France here we come

    A travel blog entry by pjindover on Mar 12, 2014

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    Here I sit on yet another freezing day in Canada dreaming of exotic places and interesting people and my friend Rose phones to say she's has had enough of working and bad weather. We need something to look forward to. Because she was with me on my last two river cruises, one on the Rhine cruising through Switzerland, Germany and the Netherlands, and the next on the Duoro, Portugal's River of ...

    Making Plans with Nigel

    A travel blog entry by yamahuh on Aug 04, 2011

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    ... China to Canada, they were delivered to our home in Hsinchu City and I’d packed them into my luggage. Within a half hour of un-crating my bike, the billet aluminum beauties had been installed and adjusted to my requirements. Nige ooohed and aaaahed as I produced his red anodised set. If I hadn’t been watching, I’m almost certain he would have surreptitiously rubbed his rude bits all over them. From box to bike was accomplished ...

    Musings from South America

    A travel blog entry by rdevansville on Mar 10, 2010

    ... holding it, but most often is shared with everyone around them.
    6. More water is added until the thermos is empty.
    7. Depending on whether you were from Argentina or Uruguay, the water was added in a different manner.

    Most trucks and buses were Mercedes Benz brand.

    Power poles were made of concrete in Chile and Argentina and in the south of Bolivia, due to the termites.

    Termite hills are 4 - 6 feet high in the countryside of Argentina.

    Polo ...