White Tower Motel

Address: 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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      The Soo to Barrie

      A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Jun 17, 2013

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      Despite best intentions, we left later than planned from SSM. Decided to give Moonbeam a bath to make her look pretty. We passed through two very large Indian Reserves: Garden River near SSM and Serpent River that runs along the north shore of Lake Huron. The first town was Bruce Mines - site of the first Copper mine in Canada named after James Bruce, the first Governor of the Province of Canada. We drove past ...

      Book Club Goes International

      A travel blog entry by cherylsimpkin on May 17, 2013

      18 comments, 29 photos

      ... were shared over the 2 weeks. * Walking in the Mediterranean * Driving 1100 kilometres without a GPS ( this best did not include the speeding ticket that Cheryl got that was received in the mail that caught her driving 96 km in a 90........ Go figure that one out. Mail in France goes really fast!!! and only 6 km over but caught by a speed camera.....hope more don't arrive this week as they might just be Nancy's"! * Women having the ability to get along enduring a lot of rain ...

      47 Years and a Day – Not a Travel Story

      A travel blog entry by jackdrury on Feb 19, 2013

      20 comments, 3 photos

      ... so, told me how brave I was.

      In the months that followed I learned to live like a stray dog. Most of my meals came right from the can. As my father cut the pork chops and minced the hamburger; other adults looked at me with worry. I learned to smile back at them reassuringly, with the words “bugger off” teetering on the edge of my tongue. **** them. All I needed was a can opener and a fork. Sockeye salmon, Irish stew and ...

      Entry #7 Cult'rural'

      A travel blog entry by pltheadventurer on May 13, 2012

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      d’analyse: Cultural

      Description :

      (In this entry, I’ll describe what I observe in 2 cities: Toronto and Alliston. So, you won’t be messed up.)

      The first thing I noticed about Toronto, is that it’s very influenced by the U.S. Just 45 minutes after crossing the province borders, you can see those very large and unicolor flashing ads (e.g.: ...

      Did I pack enough underwear?

      A travel blog entry by dougyb on Aug 09, 2010

      5 photos

      ... and a hot tub (to us, that IS roughing it!), all of which will be welcome after 7 or so hours in the saddle. Watch for an update later today on how the trip went, with (hopefully) some pictures as well.

      We will be gone for 2 weeks ... 15 days and 14 nights on the road. We are prepared for hot and cold weather, and for ...