Admiral Inn Burlington
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The last chapter in our journey took 25 hours door to door. Last night's thunderstorm delayed our departure by one hour and we were concerned for a while about making our connection in Los Angeles but we made it with about 45 minutes to spare. That one hour delay was the only hiccup ...
... That was enough for us. (I know it would not have been enough for you Jennifer). What a lovely way to end our day strolling along admiring this wonder in nature.
We now had to find a sleeping place so we looked at our second favorite app called Allstays and headed to a Walmart about an hour further on our journey to Toronto. We had a place picked out near Toronto to stay but knew we would never make it before dark. We had one last hour of daylight ...
... said the others wouldn't go fast enough... We had the bikes for an hour so we rode the various paths that took us over the far island on the right, past the beaches and lake inlets, gardens and playgrounds. Blake even let me stop to go on the swing! :) Probably the most interesting thing we saw was the Lighthouse - it is the oldest remaining lighthouse of the Great Lakes and the second oldest in Canada. It was built of stone from the ...
... to Cape Cod. Just before the border of New Hampshire, still in Maine, we had a throughly enjoyable lunch on the waterfront. Once again it's the people and their exceptional service that will bring back the memories. Snow right to the ocean front on the left with beautiful big English style 3 storey weatherboard homes painted in pastel colours to the right interwoven with lakes and floating frost. It was well worth the drive, Mum and Dad say it's right up there with the most ...
... outside their model which wont work all the time, and doesn't completely prepare you either for the real teaching world
Heading into Romania I was able to make a brief stop into the bordertown of Timisoara which was formerly part of Hungary. It had interesting architecture and was a good introduction to the country. I wasnt able to venture further ...