Valhalla Inn

1 Valhalla Inn Road, Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7E 6J1, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1 Valhalla Inn Road, Thunder Bay, is near Amethyst Mine Panorama, Loch Lomond Ski Area, and Sail Yacht Charters.
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    Travel Blogs from Thunder Bay

    A Night in the "Clue House"

    A travel blog entry by megancarty on Apr 16, 2014

    8 photos

    Free hot breakfast at the hotel and then we hit the road for another full day of driving. Holy Moly, Canada really is a massive country...we've been driving for two days solid and we aren't even out of our own province yet. There really isn't much between Sault Ste. Marie and Thunder Bay - a statue of a giant goose in Wawa, a statue of Winnie the Pooh in White River, and a whole lot of nature. ...

    First day in Thunder Bay

    A travel blog entry by kdutoit on Apr 04, 2014

    1 photo

    Well I made it to Thunder Bay this morning and arrived about 11am after a 1hour and 35 minute flight. After a few minutes after collecting my bag, Marina turned up at the airport to collect me. Taking one step out of the door I was taken back by the intense freezing cold snow weather and went into panic. After a few laughs on how I reacted to the weather , we made it to the car which I was so happy to see. Thunder Bay is covered in snow ...

    Pillow Fight - Maybe?

    A travel blog entry by travelmenu on Jul 11, 2013

    10 photos

    ... s NFLD on April 12, 1980 - he walked 26 miles a day, 7 days a week. On September 1st, in Thunder Bay, Terry had to stop his dream due to cancer recurrence. At this point he had walked 5,373 km in 143 days with an amputated leg wearing his prosthesis. He passed away June 1981 and was voted in 1999 as one of Canada's greatest hero.

    In Thunder Bay it probably took us an hour to find a hotel - everything was sold out - a folk concert was being held in ...

    Day 7 - Lake of the Woods

    A travel blog entry by solorider on Jul 10, 2013

    10 photos

    ... some beautiful house on the shores of the lake, some even on islands. The water was clear and fresh. I could see why people in Ontario have cottages on such lakes. As I was leaving town, I had a close look at the OPP (Ontario Provincial Police) parking lot. The rules of the game have obviously changed. I now need to keep an eye on black cars with white doors. As the day ran on, I came to realize there is no shortage of these guys even in this 'neck of the ...

    A Portage For Voyageurs Of Old

    A travel blog entry by albrechtscamp on Jun 17, 2012

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... was just a big hole in the ground, with what appeared to be rubble all around. Looking more closely though, every rock sparkled in the sunlight with amethyst.
    I was so excited – I felt a bit what gold diggers in the 1800's must have felt like. And when he said we could have a 2 gallon bucket of amethyst for $20, I went crazy.
    So, we got a pile of amethyst, to clean and polish up when we get
    home. ...