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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    Travel Blogs from Nanaimo

    A Waning Journey

    A travel blog entry by loviesquared on Sep 16, 2014

    19 photos

    ... about driving your home around is up and moving on a whim. Within 15 minutes we were packed up and pulling out of the campground. We were not the only ones. Today seemed to be the day many others were heading out.

    Back on the road we managed to make it through the winding roads. Hugging the cliff in the right-hand lane without a shoulder and large overhangs was a challenge. Our aim was to ...

    Roadtrip: Nanaimo to Tofino!!!

    A travel blog entry by vico.ca on May 05, 2014

    10 photos

    ... hosts I had. Speaking German was a nice change as well.

    My friend and I took a short trip to Tofino, a small town on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
    Located at the open ocean it is a paradise for surfers. We had a car and drove up there, (finally a road trip!!!) the landscape and nature here was just stunning. We were lucky and enjoyed sunshine throughout our little road trip. The lakes and mountains we came across ...

    Send Me On My Way

    A travel blog entry by jeffsaunders3 on Aug 27, 2013

    9 photos

    ... I was sad to leave Nanaimo behind me again, but I know I'll be back soon enough, ready to catch up with friends and family again. The next entry from Prince Rupert will indeed be the last one for this blog, and will have a similar feel to it as the entry titled "Finding My Feet", as I'll have had a little time to get acquainted with the school and its students, as well as Prince Rupert itself. I'm sure I'll have lots to write about, and I look forward to writing the last entry.
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    Victoria and beyond....

    A travel blog entry by benny_and_loz on May 28, 2013

    187 photos

    ... It was completed in 1920 and it's 44m high and 188m long which makes it the largest wooden trestle in the Commonwealth and one of the highest railway trestles in the world. Yes I read the info board & took notice! :) It rained the whole way there and was still going strong when we arrived. Because it was a couple of kilometres walk from the carpark in to the trestle we debated about going and getting soaked, but in the end we donned our snowjackets (the only waterproof jackets ...

    Rain, fog & BEARS!!!

    A travel blog entry by benny_and_loz on May 14, 2013

    3 comments, 94 photos

    ... Company each time we went into town & Benny was itching to try them out, so we stopped in there on our way home. When we first pulled up we weren't even sure we were in the right place - it just looks like your usual industrial storage shed from the outside. But get a bit closer and you could see the hops growing in pots outside and also spy the beer vats inside the doors. The staff were super friendly and got right down to business giving us tasters & talking us ...