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One of the reasons we rambled through Niagara Falls was to visit our friends Mark and Margo in their new home located in the sun belt of Kingsville, Ontario. Surrounded by tomato greenhouses and apple orchards, this is the most southerly tip of Canada and it is a beautiful little town perched on the banks of Lake Erie. They say they were tired of shovelling snow 5 times a day at their lake home near Sudbury ...
... we decided that takeout would be faster than the 30-45min wait to get seated. When we got back to our hotel, we uncovered some of the most amazing seafood anywhere for a measly $30. We had: - stuffies, chopped up local clams baked in their shells with breadcrumbs and seasonings - raw oysters and littlenecks, YUM! - clam cakes, disappointing balls of tasteless fried dough - Kung Pow calamari, absolutely the yummiest, most delicious calamari ever. ...
... travelling with us for a few days. Some would leave the train
before us, and others would continue on until Vancouver. It was a nice
touch, and a lovely end to our crazy day.
Then to our cabin and our first night of
being rocked to sleep, and of waking to wonder why we were stationary
... or where we were ... if we were capable of coherent thought.
Driving across Rainbow Bridge into downtown Niagara Falls, Canada. We were given special treatment at Customs. Cars go one way, rvs another. "Please unlock all of the storage areas and step away from the vehicle". Very polite, efficient and thorough, the two Canadian border guards poked into every cabinet, cupboard and storage area. I was glad that it was Blue rather than I getting the body cavity search.
Once clear ...
... 8217;s Church in Grosse Pointe and the Scott Fountain in Belle Isle. We also went to Elmwood Cemetery to see how the land used to lay.
We went to Lafayette Park and were able to go into Jefferson Tower to experience life in a fishbowl without the water in a Meis van der Rohe-designed building. He was a German architect famous for “less is more.” We went up to the 27th floor to look at the co-op’s one ...