Bonnevue Manor Bed & Breakfast Place
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... br> sauna down by the lake and making leaf angels, which was marvellous fun! (I
like using posh language and being stereotypically British, it makes the
Canadians see me as a novelty item.) This was then followed by campfire type
music, without the campfire. Everyone enjoyed the improvised guitar playing and
a random guy discovered he had an undiscovered talent for spoon playing! And of
course there was more cider, and board games. ...
... and Sam started asking me about it, I was like ahh what that never happened!! Sam was disappointed cause she was hoping I had done it cause all the new girls and the old girls weren't getting along anyway. But the story goes that the girl (Cass, another one not my roomie she was good) asked about us and I said to her "well I'd appreciate if you learnt my ******* name before asking me about my sex life" hahaha I bloody wish I had of said it but. I was telling a few people about and ...
... just hand it off to the next person I see that looks like they were in need and I found a nice gentleman to give it to.
After this, I went back to my room and chilled out for a bit. I had truly needed the rest. Since rest didn’t seem to agree with me I ended up going down to the hot tub and relaxing there for a bit before calling it a night.
... into the US, so we stayed in the hostel and killed time. We were extremely grateful to the hostel who returned our room key, and allowed us to use the facilities the hostel offered. We returned the key and headed to the station at around 11pm, to catch our bus at 1am. We had both genuinely warmed to Toronto during our short stay there, and the proximity of Niagara was certainly the jewel in the crown. Dreading the horrendous journey ahead of us, we set off for Chicago...
We left Chicago Ohare at 4:20 and arrived in Toronto at 6:30. We had a five hour layover but the airport had use of Ipads for free on tables. We spent our time browsing, playing games and checking email and facebook. Had a snack of poutine which is french fries with bacon, onions and cheese curds covered with the brown gravy. A popular food in rural Canada.
We left Toronto after 11 and arrived in Dublin after a six and a half hour ...