Redwood Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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We arrived in Toronto Friday, after spending a couple of nights in different places on the way including a delightful Bed and Breakfast in Thamesford, near London! (Ontario)
Paul was very glad to stop driving, as our GPS didn't seem to recognise Canada, as it was an American version. All of a sudden lanes would disappear.
But yesterday Joanie kindly offered to take us to Niagara Falls.
Oh man the ...
... s wifi, we saw that McDonald's was not in walking distance. Meanwhile fireworks were on show, so we dashed back in front of our hotel for photos. After that we grabbed the keys and headed to the car. We were determined to get our Maccas! After some confusion with the directions, we got safely there and back and by that time were ready to crash! Not before a stop to a mini mart, however, resulting in 'candy' for them and chocolate for me!
Hotel time! We all ...
... 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. ...
... what a challenge! Our lunch stop was at he Corning Glass Centre where we had 2 hours to lunch, browse the extensive glassware retail shop, the glassware galleries and exhibition as well as watching a 15 min glass blowing show. With Halloween coming up there were many shapes, sizes and colours of glass pumpkins on offer. I mentioned on Day 2 bus problems....well we changed coaches while at the Glass Centre so that maintenance could be ...
... way back to the bus.
Back on the bus and we drove the rest of the way to Montreal. We arrived around 10pm. We walked back to Guddis's place where we would spend our last few days in Montreal. It was Guddis's birthday, but we had decided to go out for dinner tomorrow night instead, due to our late arrival. We had drinks and nibbles and caught up with Guddis, but were pretty knackered so didn't stay up long, and headed to ...