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... in the U.S. and I slept in her room, although I did insist on the Everton pillow being removed first. The house was full of Everton fans, which was a bit scary, but I coped somehow. Bella's mother Pat (who is Kevin's cousin) came over for dinner and then we drove her back home and I met her new and lovely cat, Pru. I also learned from Sarah that when Thomasina beeped at me, she wasn't being annoying, she was alerting me to speed cameras. What a helpful ...
... so you could walk around the whole way. This was why the Skypod was good. We went up again and then the views were even better! They also did a package where you could walk around the edge (Cliff Walk) outside the tower and hang over the edge, obviously whilst strapped to a harness and clipped on! We could see the people doing it!! Looked very cool but it was so expensive! We took plenty photos and enjoyed a couple of hours there though.
It was around ...
... view but very touristy - we took our pictures and left fast. We drove over to Niagara on the lake - a quaint little town full of wineries. Went to the Ravine Winery and tried the famous ice wine and had a great lunch!
We headed into Toronto for a couple day trips to explore the city. We had lunch in the distillery district which is a new trendy area full of converted warehouses into apartments, restaurants ...
... So I left, and began to think about the other things I could have done if I hadn't gone to the ROM. Ripley's Aquarium for example, which I heard someone mention has a travellator to move people round (I've done a lot of walking ok, give me a break). In spite of all these new and alarming anti-museum feelings, I still went to the Bata Shoe Museum the next day because, well, why wouldn't I? Even though I'm not big on shoes in a fashion sense (I'm more into comfort) I ...
beautifully executed B grade tackiness that has encompassed Niagara.
So I suggest, if you get the chance, travel
to The Falls, order a burger from one of the many ‘cookie cutter’ chain
restaurants then spend the rest of the day walking along the boardwalk
photographing the Falls and soaking up the amazing achievements of both nature
and man, you’ll need to do this to help move that burger through anyway…