Canadas Best Value Inn - St. Catharines
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... of about 4 to five feet high and the rest is constructed of wood. I also noticed that the dairy barns are more opened than closed; they are all structured as buildings but the outside walls are not walls at all but almost appear to be made of screen. In some of the barns we could see cattle (it was the middle of the afternoon and if I remember, that isn’t exactly milking time), while others stood empty. their inhabitants grazing in nearby pastures. ...
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We both took the opportunity to take advantage of shopping for clothes. Since sizing is a bit of an issue for both of us in Korea (due to the fact that neither of us are thin and tall, nor do we weigh 100lbs), shopping for clothes has been challenging. Most girls here are rather unshapely, with no hips and curves and most guys are very tall and very thin. Luckily we were able to pick up a few things. For Kelsey, ...
We stayed in bed til late again. Cynthia got up and grabbed breakfast from mcdonalds. We did pereza and then we went for lunch to the same korean place we now know a lot. We chose a couple of items, a Samuel adams and also ate the leftover sandwich from the day before across the flatiron building. We then walked to the intercontinental. Checked in in no time. Went upstairs and rested a bit. Cynthia slept a lot more and i went for a run in Park ave. I ran from 48th to ...
... over the lake. It almost seemed like sea and sky had come together and reminded me a bit of The Truman Show. Because it was so warm, we decided to go for a swim so we picked a more sandy spot on the east coast of the peninsula and went for a dip in the warm, shallow water. It was just what we needed.
After the swim, we were trying to decide on whether we wanted to stop in London, Ontario which was just over 100kms away.or continue along Highway ...
... when a guy appeared at the bottom of our seating section waving two LG products. They looked like black boxes, but we never did find out exactly what they were. Anyway, he appeared, and the majority of the block stood and screeched like he was waving a million dollars. There was definitely more interest in the crowd entertainment, rather than the game. Bizzare. Judging from the number of empty seats, it is not just us! ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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