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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... afternoon on Sunday with their neighbours, Les & Nadine. They were lovely too. Whilst retired now, Les had spent quite a bit of time in Australia with business travels, so knows our country quite well.
Lyn started going down with a migraine during the afternoon & spent the rest of the evening & some of the next day in bed. I thought it was going to be interesting with her ...
... would have expected more lamb. New Zealand is in sharp contrast to Australia. First it has only been inhabited for about 800 years, migration from Polynesia. There are no natural predators or pests/insects and the ones they deal with such as possums were introduced by settlers to help curb say the rabbit population but often backfired. They take the protection of their agriculture industry very seriously, ranging from the inspections when you enter ...
... most importantly, demanding of haste. First stop in Toronto, the long corridors of Sheppard-Yonge station to go to the nearby passport photo shop on Elmhurst Avenue. One of the few official photo establishments in the city listed on the internet that opens on a Sunday, the shop is sequestered out of sight on the second floor of a language school and run by a couple of Asian girls with soft smiles and a no-nonsense approach to their functional Canon camera. I ...
... The Hornblower belongs to Canada. It was quite good and you are given a plastic rain cape to keep the spray off.
After the boat trip we had a very nice lunch in a 13th floor restaurant, the food was good with great views of the falls.
... reservations is because they don't have the federal or state taxes added to the cost.
We were trying to decide which side of the falls we should view the falls from as we have never been to the area before. We called our friends Jeff and Jennifer Nelson for some advice as they had visited this area a few years ago. They had visited the American side and did the activities on that side as well. We decided to try our luck on the Canadian side. Our ...