Rutherford House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 293 Park Street South, Hamilton, Ontario, L8P 3G5, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Downtown Hamilton area of Hamilton, is near Dundurn Castle, HMCS Haida, Art Gallery of Hamilton, and Canadian Football Hall of Fame & Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Hamilton

HOME, THE BEST DAY OF ANY TRIP

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Apr 18, 2015

... re one couple but another dude did.Too bad as the ******** was right in front of me, doing the usual ramming the seat back, too ignorant to move it forward re meal and then whinging when I made his seat jostle sitting cross-legged. His solution was I recline; nope.

The flight was one to be endured. Between the meal breaks, the magazine, a newspaper, a sudoku, music and chilling, the time passed. We must have had lighter head winds as ...

We can't believe it is over...for now....

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Nov 17, 2014

We left Fort Lauderdale earlier this evening. The flight was delayed because of bad weather in Toronto, not a very good sign for us coming home. We have a little bit of turbulence on the way home, but all in all it was a good flight. Our car was waiting for us when we got to Toronto so we didn't have to wait. The weather was another story. It was 28 Celsius when we left Florida and it was ...

GETTING THE WORST OF THE TRIP OVER FIRST

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 18, 2014

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... to get the bag tag for the checked luggage from a kiosk as seemingly faster than the old fashioned way. Security screening was typical, save for the one chap who said I could keep the tray I put my stuff on; nice to see somebody who likes his job, Roddy.

Some 15M to get a medium Tim Horton's java . A good chunk of the waiting seats have been ripped out and more stylish areas to sit from which lazy people like the Regional ...

Banished!!!

A travel blog entry by pandcjs_travels on Jun 14, 2014

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... soon it was time to head back and report in to our respective Bosses....
Good to see it is no different in Canada than Australia... happy wife, happy life..
We got back to the Art school with 30 seconds to spare...


There was to be a 'pot luck' dinner at John & Debbie's that night so CJ elected to do a cheese platter.
So up the road to the local cheese monger, there were soo many new cheeses for us to ...

A LONG FINAL DAY

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 01, 2014

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... Saturday]. See, Roddy, my espanol is booming! Okay, maybe not.

You can't miss the monument to Benito Juarez, the same chap after whom the airport is named. The actual monument was cordoned off, police in riot gear nearby, all a bit disconcerting.

There were two churches on the opposite side of the plaza, across the road. Both were unfortunately locked. I first saw the Templo de San Juan de Dios. In front of this church is the Plaza de al ...