Redwood Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... morning I woke up still fully dressed, including shoes. Rough as badgers, we got ready and headed into town. The view from the top of the CN tower is awesome. Views right over Toronto and Lake Ontario. There is also a glass floor looking down on the streets hundreds of metres below. Ashleigh was straight on to it, not a bit of fear. It took a little encouragement to get me on there, I'm not great with heights to be honest. All in all, it was worth a visit, even if it was ...
Today, we took a 90 minute drive to Niagara Falls. It was a perfect sunny day without a cloud in the sky. I saw Niagara Falls from the US side in 1991 and I wasn't sure that I wanted to see them again, albeit from the Canadian side. Well I was wrong! They were more spectacular than I remembered. We took the boat ride and got drenched, which I remember well but it was great fun. We then ...
... and down on the floor. Met another ****** couple from Melb so now I share my time between the Qlders and the Vics. I was doing some laps of the viewing platform taking photos of the places I had photographed at street level. I zoomed around to the right to rush straight into the men's toilets and shirt fronted a poor man exiting. Embarrassed I explained I thought it was a 360 degree platform. Oh he said it still ...
... area and across the other side is Fort George. Time is getting late met some people from before and they just did a tour and said it takes over an hour or so. We decided to come back tomorrow to do the tour and see Niagara-on-the-Lake as I realised this morning we needed more bread so Jill directed us in a round of about way via QEW Hwy to Walmart. While there got some more corn and pineapple plus Richard said he needed ...
Buffalo is very historic with the 1812 war with Canada, and a destination where Harriet Tubman directed fugitive slaves to freedom in Canada.and an old seaport and gateway to the west. In the 1800's it was one of the biggest busiest cities in the USA