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... dollars. Once we get to toronto we will exchange the rest of our Canadian dollars hopefully at the same rate. Security here is pretty strict even for Domestic flights, shoes, coats, anything metal is to be removed, computers out of bags and all other bags on separate trays then you go through a scanner. I must have that look on my face because every time I go through I get checked this time a body touch down and the drug swab probe you know what you see on Border ...
... trying to decide what to do; the woman could not walk well at all. I told them I’d take up the rear in the event there was a true emergency then I could help carry her. So down we started. As we went down more people joined us on the stairs. That was the longest 10 flights I’ve walked.
There was no fire, just a big adventure.
The place was sold and the new owners wanted to renovate so there were no rooms when I went to extend. Off to new ...
... know what else we wanted to see in Toronto we went shopping. I didn't buy anything. Shops here are pretty much the same as Vancouver. Dinner tonight was at 99. Wayne Gretzky's restaurant. I had the meatloaf. It was really good. And huge. For desert we had chocolate cake hockey pucks. After dinner we went next door to the second city comedy club. This was lots of fun. Good for a laugh. I would recommend ...
Ok, so this time I decided to be brave; the CN Tower is very high but millions of people have been up there, so there's nothing to worry about. Wrong. The lift, sorry - elevator - has glass panels in the floor. The ground (and safety) falls away in seconds, then keeps on falling away for quite a while. With very wobbly legs, we step on to the observatory floor, then immediately head for the 'Skypod' another 33 storeys higher. I didn't cry, at least. It is damn scary. ...
... car, then drove towards Niagara on the Lake. Because the crossing times were 90-120 minutes on the Queenston and Rainbow Bridges, we drove to the Peace Bridge, where we crossed in under 30 minutes.
Arriving at our B&B, we found a note on the door, with a key. Letting ourselves in, we went upstairs to our room, which seems quite pleasant. The B&B is right near the Shaw Café and the center of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking