Redwood Garden Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... is on TV tonight so we thought we would watch a bit before going to eat. The preliminaries took so long we decided we could not wait. As it was still raining and very windy we just went across the road to a Bar/Restaurant which was still busy with Blue Jays fans. TVs on everywhere of course. We had lovely steaks and went for a walk round the block before coming back and as I write Blue Jays are 1-2 down to Tampa Bay Rays. I will update you ...
You have two options when visiting Niagara Falls, visiting or staying over night. If you want a romantic getaway then stay at Niagara Falls town, with a view of the falls from the top hotels. If you just want to experience the falls (or photograph the falls) then stay in Toronto and take a day trip out. At the falls don't miss going up to the top of the Skylon Tower. ...
... that we are all flying out of terminal 1 and hoped that we could connect to catch up. So, they found us and we share some wine and stories of our travels. They have already been to Nepal and India, and hearing their stories made me more excited for our trip! It was so great seeing them, it had been almost 2 years. Where does the time go?
We chatted a bit too long and Bill heard an announcement for the final boarding call. Not sure why we ...
Well today arrived for us very early. A bit being in a strange place and someone here slams their door at 4 in the morning. We had set the a!arm for 6.30 to be ready to leave by 7. All well and we got the subway to where we were to take the trip. We planned to have breakfast while we waited, nothing except Starbucks open. Against our principals we got something to eat ...
... out of the parking garage and take a ride to Niagara on the Lake. We took a very leisurely ride, the only part that was a bit doubtful was the speed limit seeing it was in KM. Rich had hooked up the Garmin and they had converted the MPH to KM, thank goodness.
We drove by many wineries, fruit stands selling peaches, plums, fresh vegetables. We soon got to the town and the drive in was magnificent with beautiful plantings ...