Blythewood Manor Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... on the roof but they can't have any extension cords," which would be reported directly to the principal by my evil students. On top of this I was making the grand total of $600/month for all of my troubles here (37 hours of in-class teaching each week for advanced high school lessons). One of my co-workers also blabbed to the principal, because I said I was going to leave at Christmas and not come back. I would remind you also, at this point ...
... The river was bright blue and slightly choppy, the boat ride wasn't too rough but the wind and and spray was intense. People were everywhere! We found a quiet-ish spot by the rail and marvelled at the huge amounts of spray, water and wind that were blowing everywhere. We got to within perhaps 40 metres and the roar of 2.2 million litres of water per second pouring over the escarpment meant we had to shout to be heard. It was truly majestic though and quite a unique and .... ...
... like the tours only operate in the warmer months and everyrhing shuts down for winter. It has the be the only place in Canada that slows down because of the cold??!! The town is made up of 3 main roads. Niagra Falls Blvd which runs along the falls and then 2 others. One of these includes Clifton Hill. This short road contains endless opportunities to play amusement games, eat take out and do touristy things. At one point you think ...
The bed is so comfy we had a really good nights sleep even with nightshades on and earplugs. I got up early to try and catch up with the blog but I am a slow writer. We have both woken in a better mood today and ready to attack Niagara Falls. It's nice to be best friends and in love again all is back to normal.
Richard was out talking to Orlando while I was doing our lunch and packing the car. It was a bit cool but ...
... made its way through the tunnels and the Bronx and out of New York City. We headed north up alongside the Hudson River stopping to pick up people at the towns of Poughkeepsie, Hudson, Albany and a few others. Up past Albany, the Hudson River joins up with the Mohawk River and we continued tracking along next to it stopping at towns with some weird names which I can only assume originated from the Native Americans, eg. Schenectady and Utica. We ground ...