Redwood Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... The American side is under construction so it’s not really that great of a view and definitely doesn’t deserve a photo. So we walk back to where we saw people getting sprayed and went down ourselves and got a few photos and got a little wet. We didn’t spend too long before we decided to head over to the Canadian side, as we thought it would be cool to cross over the border and eat lunch in Canada.
We make our way over in our ...
... large number of junior soldiers enrolled Andy.C:seeing the young people getting involved wherever we went Noel:responses from Good Friday evening and Cherri singing "nothing but thy blood" Dane:the whole good Friday experience (March, open air with the other churches,the concert at Faith Church ) loved playing with the London Citadel Timbrels Paul:Saturday night, single most amazing thing! Singing Company, songsters just everything was ...
... food was actually pretty good, especially the fried haddock. The servers were also the performers and all were quite talented. There was singing and comedy all centered around Canadian culture and history. It was interactive in that the singers involved many folks in the audience, including John. It was such an enjoyable evening!
... lunch and watched the falls while I ate, and I never got sick of the view. The sound of the water crashing down and the mist that rises up from it was all so relaxing I really didn't want to leave. So I didn't :) I decided that I would ride the Ferris Wheel across from the falls so that I could get a view from high above. The Ferris Wheel is a total tourist trap (its something like $12 for an 8 minute ride), but I found it to be totally worth ...
... br> Suzanne did indeed teach the children's lessons this morning. They looked so cute all huddled in the camper. I captured a couple pictures below of them working hard. Meanwhile I was busy preparing for the day of touring. I made BLTs (fried up the bacon outside on our outdoor stove attached to the camper) and setup the itinerary.
The itinerary was simple - I had ...