BEST WESTERN Roehampton Hotel & Suites
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... was caused was when the old river`s route was blocked by an ice cap and when it melted the river changed direction and took a different route. We then stopped at some souvenir shops, always obligatory on a bus trip, and then through Queenston which is still within the Niagara Falls Park. This area is very well maintained to the point of appearing almost manicured with very expensive houses with large grounds, some overlooking the lake A very desirable area with ...
... the island which is
mainly the residential area. Down this neck of the island is simply wonderful.
It has loads of small streets between the trees with wonderful little cottages
of all shapes of sizes. Some of these cottages are wonderful works of art with
fantastically turned out gardens and wonderfully painted houses.
we turned and headed west towards the other end of the island. We mainly kept
on the tarred road and cycled along the beachfront ...
... half completed condominiums - we have thoroughly enjoyed our time here, and Toronto is a very pleasant city.
Yesterday we took the opportunity to visit Niagara Falls, unfortunately choosing the worst weather day of our short stay - grey and damp. The drive through wine country - the area particularly known for its ice wine - was very pretty, and delightful morning coffee at Niagara on the ...
Later, I ambled up to this 1930s Spadina Museum/House
belonging to a ye old family. I attempted to access the Museum but turns out
you had to be chaperoned by an OAP tour guide. I rallied against this
imposition on my independence so just checked out the gardens instead. Food
drove me down the hill, and I had lunch with my housemate Alex in the
noodlebowl, a great Chinese near us on Bloor Street. The peak of the day was
... could be extremely profitable, he founded the Toronto Electric Light Company in 1883. By the time he was 30, his company enjoyed a monopoly on the supply of street lighting to the city of Toronto.
In 1892, he purchased stock in the Canadian Pacific Railroad and the North West Land Company. Once again, his profit-seeking intuition was right on target. A liberal immigration policy led to opening of the Canadian West, which in ...