Cozy Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... you book yourself into therapy. It is a must.
You take an elevator down into the lower levels of the falls, get issued with rain ponchos and are able to walk along at your own pace along tunnels that actually take you directly behind the cascading waters. It then takes you out to a vantage point so close you can almost touch the waters of Niagara. It is not hard to believe that nearly 600,000 litres of water is rushing over the falls every ...
... taking him away from his favourite Toronto. He ****** himself again...
Short of coolant we took him back to the shop. His little mishap ruined any plans we had to explore Richmond and the nearby Thousand Islands. We did however get to explore the innards of the mechanic’s shop.
Niagara Falls, population 83,000; a funny town. There is a bewildering array of ways to get there, to which I'll return, but the Go Transit bus will drop you at the junction of highway 420 and Stanley street, which has two closed information centres-presumably privately owned, giving mostly information on how they can earn commission selling you falls 'experiences'-a shabby motel and row of shops under the banner 'town centre', and from there is the easiest walk. Or it will ...
... merging in to the outside lane. The car drivers are really inconsiderate when you need to change lanes to avoid in coming traffic. We are excited about getting to Niagara Falls and going on the boat ride. We stopped for the night 2 hours out of Niagara Falls at a small town of 25 000 people. We had one of our best meals and best breakfast at a small dinner. Back on the road and we stopped at a Maple Farm and learned how their make Maple syrup from the sap of the Maple Tree. ...
... and was a proper bargain. So this is how I started my journey from Chicago to Montreal.
At Chicago's union station hundreds of people all waited at the gate for our train to be ready to board. The train was going from Chicago to NYC and the whole journey would take about 21 hours. I had heard how bad the train system in the US is but I was willing to give it a try for the experience. I struggled to see why so many other people were doing it. I also had the ...