White Tower Motel

120 DONALD STREET, Barrie, Ontario, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Queen's Park area of Barrie, is near Ski Snow Valley Barrie and Lake Simcoe.
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    Last day in Canada

    A travel blog entry by kristene on Sep 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... of our journey, Left Keswick at 1pm for the drive to Toronto airport. Arrived 2.15 pm, said goodbye to Tony, and started the process going through customs. We were nice and early, so had plenty of time to look around the duty free shops, have a coffee and relax. Toronto airport has a wonderful system of free iPads for people to use while waiting for their flights. You can order ...

    Finally Connected with Phyllis & Ronnie

    A travel blog entry by travelmenu on Jul 09, 2013

    7 photos

    ... began to give us trouble again outside of Barrie. Oh well, we'll have to hope for the best.

    We had about 45 minutes before meeting Phyllis' husband Ronnie, so we stopped for a picnic lunch at a small park in a little neighbourhood. We met up with Ronnie at the hospital front entrance and he escorted us to Phyllis' room. At this point we have to don protective clothing as not to contaminate Phyllis. The ward nurse was having a great time ...

    Book Club Goes International

    A travel blog entry by cherylsimpkin on May 17, 2013

    18 comments, 29 photos

    ... and we really wanted to escape the crowds!!!! We walked to the Louvre where we left Nancy. Dianne, Janet and I took a taxi to Sacre Coure to do another self walking tour. The view was amazing! The walk downhill was quite, quaint, and oozed with a feel like it must of been when the impressionists were there creating. We felt a little chuffed to think we actually had seen their paintings at the museum already!! On finding Moulin Rouge the quaintness disappeared and you ...

    Malaysia 2013 - Final Thoughts

    A travel blog entry by bbordignon on Mar 30, 2013

    ... to travel through Malaysia, you should not expect first class accommodation (unless you pay Western prices, and are in either a popular tourist location or urban city centre). Bugs and rodents shared our accommodations on many evenings, and outdoor toilets/kitchens are not uncommon.

    Now the food. Oh, the food. Penang is known as the "Pearl of the Orient" for a reason, largely because of the quality and diversity of the food. We ate things we ...

    Some rain, some sun, and some awesome memories

    A travel blog entry by dougyb on Aug 12, 2010

    3 photos

    ... ferry ride between Glenora and Adolphustown. This is a free ferry that crosses every half four or so. About 5 minutes out from the ferry, it began to rain (lightly). By the time we got to the ferry the rain was picking up in intensity. This was the first time for either of us on a ferry with our bikes, and we were both a little concerned about the slippery steel grates that we had to go up onto the ferry. |In the end, all was ...