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... is. Such a beautiful spot. They haven't had time to see much so they really enjoyed the drive.
Sunday we loaded the school buses again and went into Toronto to see the Toronto Blue Jays play the New York Yankees. We enjoyed our first hotdog before the game. Quite an experience. The atmosphere was electric in the stadium with the huge domed roof being taken back to expose an exquisite day. We has about 240 Aussies there all ...
... get in as the attendant was not amused we were late and then.....wait for it....had to queue for the lift again.
The rest of us went to the Shopping Outlet and had a whole 30 mins to make our mark before the bus left (I didn't spend a cent) .
On to Fort George where we were met by Andrew dressed in a soldiers uniform who proceeded to take us in and out of buildings regaling us with the lives , hardships, and challenges experienced by the English ...
... spot, also handy is the Tim Hortons. We convinced Todd to go on the Horn Blower! The Horn Blower is the boat that takes you close to the bottom of the falls, they supply you with rain ponchos to keep you somewhat dry. The sound from so close is thunderous! Despite his hesitation, Todd is very happy he decided to partake in this adventure. We left Niagara Falls today for a side trip to St. Catharines to see the Welland ...
... went back into Toronto to meet up with my friend Su Lee, that I met in Thailand in 2008 and even last time in 2011 when I was here. We went to Real Sports bar and grill, just outside Air Canada Center. The Leafs had a home game and was playing against New York Islanders. And that was on on their really big screen. A really cool sports bar. They even have a tv over every urinoar in ...
... fond of graham wafer crust. Soon she announces that she is off to bed, turns off the television and leaves us to our computers and the internet. “I’ll get up in the morning and get breakfast going,” she says. “I hope you like bacon.” And so ends our final full day in Ontario. Tomorrow will be filled with packing suitcases, driving to Toronto and catching that plane back to Edmonton. Check out tomorrow’s final ...