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... would be more than 160 years! It is interesting to note that the majority of the houses in this part of Ontario are made of brick. Another research topic as I would like to know why brick and not wood. Jim is very cooperative and stops when something appears that it may be a great photo. I am excited to be taking photos and I am really enjoying the trip; at one point I comment that THIS is just the kind of vacation I enjoy most and Jim wholeheartedly ...
... to get together to enjoy some time with her before we left. And of course, we didn't come back empty handed. She is obsessed with all things Hello Kitty so we came back with half a suitcase full of things ranging from pencils and crayons, to band aids and chopsticks, all decorated in typical pink and flowery Hello Kitty fashion. Even little Morgan got a present: a toy smart phone that sang the theme song to a famous Korean children's cartoon show. ...
... Nicolas was there first. Cynthia came as well. We all went to the function room and asked many questions about the audience and how we could do to present great. Cynthia continued helping Laura and gaby pack the materials. I went back to the room and rehearsed. They called me to go to dinner like at 930 and we walked a bit around to find places. We ate at an italian, not so expensive place and I had a beer. They paid. We walked back to the hotel and called it a ...
... a very busy day at Niagara Falls.
After having breakfast, we were all in the car by 8:30am and enroute to Niagara On The Lake which is the town that lies at the end of the Niagara River on the shores of Lake Ontario. It is a very pretty, clean and green town and with many big mansions and Old English styling so it mustn't be short of a dime either. We did a tour of Historic Fort George which is actually a 70 year old reconstruction. Unlike Fort ...
... to take the big Nikon SLR. Time will tell whether that's a good decision.
Last night dinner - Noodle House on St. Paul street with Anah, Amu, Kayla and Liz . This town needs a good Pakistani resturant. Coffee at Anah's favorite coffee shop - Fine Grind Cafe. Nice sofa in the back room along with really cool art work and book. Liz and I sat outside to for a nic e summer evening cafe americano.
Airport ride coming soon.
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