Port-O-Call Motel

Address: 505 NORTH TERMINAL AVE, Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9S 4K1, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located on 505 NORTH TERMINAL AVE, Nanaimo, is near Nanaimo District Museum.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Port-O-Call Motel Nanaimo

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    Travel Blogs from Nanaimo

    Nanaimo & the Superhuman

    A travel blog entry by art-e-jen on May 28, 2015

    5 photos

    With a lack of WiFi and simply doing so much in a day, we are behind with the blog. We will continue to post Photos and bullet points and then fill in the full story when time allows Went and had a look around the old town area of Nanaimo. Mostly odd shops. We took pity on a carer who was trying to push a woman up hill, as her wheelchair had broken down. Andrew did his good Samaritan deed and pushed it for her. He did keep telling me afterwards that he nearly died pushing ...

    A Waning Journey

    A travel blog entry by loviesquared on Sep 16, 2014

    19 photos

    ... to listen to a broken up broadcast via the web of the US Open Cup Final between the Sounders and Philadelphia. Luckily Liz was sending us live tweets of the game so we could keep up. They did manage to win 3-1! Hurray! We celebrated with a dinner of leftovers in preparation to cross the border with no fresh fruit or vegetables. We had bacon wrapped scallops, salad, carrots and beets. Our late ...

    Happy Tree

    A travel blog entry by milouleeijen on Feb 03, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... He was on team Brazil, while Chloe was on team the Netherlands. Every team had a leader, one person from grade 7, and the teachers were at the different stations. Every 15 minutes they changed from station to station which wasn't clear for the helpers where to go to at the beginning. After recess it became easier and everything went more fluently. These are the sports they could do:

    - curling (throwing/sliding beanbags into squares to score ...

    Trying to make sense of it all

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Dec 24, 2013

    7 comments, 6 photos

    ... t lose any weight, in part for lack of exercise. I enjoyed tortillas and black beans, so the food was good to me and I had no problems. I was disappointed to see that most people buy their fresh tortillas. There was a lady in the downtown area who had a little sidewalk kiosk and hot plate. Often we would stop, blocking traffic, while she came to the window with 50 fresh hot corn tortillas.

    I have slept 11 hours during the nights and still needed an afternoon snooze. I ...

    Long drive with views on the way

    A travel blog entry by lilmont on Aug 06, 2013

    6 photos

    ... stood in the corner and thank god Darryl is coming up to Comox on Friday when we are there and he will give us the folder. What a lovely man probably wants a review seeing we were his first guests.

    Anyway off that subject and back to our journey Richard keyed in the details to drive to Nanaimo and off we went. Mainly a long drive on the highway at different speeds through small towns fir tree forests, ...