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I have been staying in Hostel's for the past 10year and this is by far the worst.
The expect you to pay for the toilet paper
They have not cleaned the shower/washroom for the past 3days
They had a tea towel stuffed in the air ventalation, thus preventing the AC from working.
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... you can guess where Stewart and Nancy sat ha ha they were the late comers, but in fact we had the best seats as we were initially in the sun but then it was shade and we had a pleasant breeze. The tour guide was explaining everything about the islands etc when we came across a couple cannoddling on the bank well people are silly she thought it would be fun to flash the people on the boat and it will teach her not to do it she thought we were far enough away from the boat ...
... rain, all the way home. We crossed the peace bridge from Detroit to Windsor, with a huge american frag bidding us farewell and a Canadian flag to welcome us. The rain subsided slightly to give us a chance to go to the duty free and pick up something for Nicole. We passed the border without a hitch, and the rain continue to pound the car. As we entered Ontario the signs were instantly bilingual, "to/vers" Ontario... Gotta love ...
... and welcoming. We used AirBNB online to book somewhere to stay for the first two nights, an apartment in the university district which was cheap, but for a reason, think one wafer pillow, a blanket, and camping bed, funny smells, noise and a non existent landlord! We moved on to a new place with a couple called Alba and Mike, from Venezuela and Canada respectively, but both with Italian origins, and an over friendly massive mutt called ...
... home. Cabs here are relatively cheap compared to Ottawa.
Yesterday was a day of rest so we did not take the subway anywhere so instead we took a 5k walk (one way) to a neighbour hood mall. We got help from a nice local man on the street who not only gave us directions but came with us. On the return home, in the rain, we stopped at a neighbour hood restaurant called "Fat Cats" we had samosas, Indian spiced wings and glass of wine and beer. After lunch we were ...