BEST WESTERN PLUS Executive Inn
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... hot and cold dishes and fabulous puddings and cakes. We then rejoined the bus and were taken a little way along to Table Rock which gave us more superb views of the entire falls. We were glad that we had decided to visit Niagara Falls from the Canadian side rather than from the American side as you could see the whole panorama of the falls more easily. It was then back on the bus again for a short trip out to a viewpoint over the Whirlpool which was quite ...
... was $7.50 for 24hr and $3.50 was
for every half hour!!!! With that in mind we simply just had to leave it and
head for the ferry which was leaving within a few minutes.
both of us got our bikes and bot with the same idea in mind we decided to tour
the island together and so both headed onto this rather old ferry.
a quick short crossing of about 10 minutes each way and on getting off the
other side we decided to head down to the east ...
... lunch today.
From Ottawa, we caught the Viarail train to Toronto, a very relaxing and enjoyable four and a half hours, and the transition to spring increasingly evident as we reached Lake Ontario and Toronto. It has been a little warmer here, with leaves and blossom on the trees. Although the city is far more 'high rise' than the capital - another building boom, and the skyline dominated by ...
... attractive societies had the best free food. It was a case of weighing up
being approached by the Queer Migration society vs enjoying their free candy
floss. Considering the queues, I guessed most people were just there for the candy
floss. Jaqui and I had two different techniques. Mine was the subtle approach, concealing
my cookie theft under a free leaflet. Jaqui went for the more unsubtle grab the
cookie and run technique. At least she was saving ...
Day 32: (same)
July 2, Wednesday
In all our driving around on Monday, one of the things that blew me away was Casa Loma, Toronto's own castle. So I took myself off to see it on Wednesday morning.
Henry Pellatt moved to Toronto shortly before the turn of the 19th Century, becoming a partner in his father's brokerage firm while still in his 20s. Recognizing that supplying Thomas Edison's newly developed ...