Apple Tree Historic Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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One too many microbrewery beers last night.. Went exploring round Toronto, Roisin took us to a breakfast diner that served up a great eggs Benedict that was cheap as chips. Then walked with Roisin as she took us downtown through Kensington a hippie suburb and Chinatown, passed lots of houses that had been converted into indie shops. Arrived in the financial district where we went to ...
The morning today called for brekky with Jenny's friends from last night and we went to this sweet gourmet burger restaurant so I obviously got a gourmet burger. The first proper good burger since leaving home. Jenny was leaving Toronto today to head home to Ottawa so she said bye to her friends at brekky and just as we started leaving the restaurant it started fluttering with snow. ...
... all very close together which straddle the border between Canada and the US. The Horseshoe falls are the biggest of the 3 and the 3 together form one of the biggest waterfalls in the world! It is possible to take a boat, called the Maid of the Mist to go right up to the falls. The crashing of the water produces thick mist all around the falls and even rainbows! At night the falls are lit with lights which change colour every few minutes.
... at the mouth of Niagara River. All meter parking here but we cheated and parked at Simcoe Park a block away and walked both sides of Queen Street Bought a child's ice-cream (our normal size) and muffin for afternoon snack then went into the Christmas Shop for a look around. Very expensive and beautiful couldn't see the glass sleigh and reindeer's I bought with Mum in 1999.
... stars from years past (we were never hockey fans in the home I grew up in, but when farmer vision had nothing else to watch the TV was tuned in, even if only for the noise), so there was a lot of names I recognized. I enjoy the Great Hall the most. This is where the Stanley Cup is on display, and though I am in awe (even though it is only a replica), what draws my attention is the stained glass ceiling! It is gorgeous!
We leave the Hockey ...