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... the longest walk of our life we arrived at our hotel. We had time for a quick freshen up and then get a taxi to the Drake Hotel and Pub on Queen Street West which is where we arranged to meet Nikki, Joey and Chris. It was easy to see that we weren't going to be eating in here as a simple burger would set us back C$25. As we chatted with Andrew my eye looked over to someone walking towards us. Be ogre I could say "is that Nikki??" She was over giving ...
... Now for anyone that doesn't know, Niagara Falls is a giant waterfall that actually hugs the border of Canada and America. There are two bridges that cross the Niagara River, both of which require you to take your passport if you plan on crossing.
Niagara itself is a nice area. Even the gorges and banks of the river are pretty, and the locals have done a nice job of not over-commercialising the Falls as a tourist destination. After a little bit of a wander around ...
... mist! They are incredible. We then walked around the town, had a picnic and took the bus to the vineyard, where we tasted various wines (unfortunately not enough to get us drunk), then got the bus back to the hostel. Saturday - when I woke up, I noticed it was raining a lot, but because I had only seen a very small amount of Toronto I didn't want to waste a day. After speaking to my friend from Vancouver, I had decided to go to a place called Kensington Market, my friend was ...
... some rough tacklings to stand on top of the table... the score: 3-0. Job well done!
Lastly, Messi and Argentina scraped past the World Cup debutant Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-1, although Bosnia-Herzegovina showed great courage and willingness to go forward and had many chances to score, only to be denied by Argentina's goalie, Romero... this Argentina team is expected to perform better if they want to lift the trophy!
... commemorates George Bernard Shaw who lived there. They have theatres which present his work, with a number of people visiting for the theatre. The shops represent the era beautifully and the town backs onto the Niagara River. It is also the place of an infamous 1813 war between the Americans and Canadians (British and French) Fort George is a reminder of this time. On the way home we visited the Pillitteri Winery. Our long day saw us back at the hotel around ...