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... bag within 15 minutes. I can't believe how quick and efficient it was. Definite North of the border now. I got off the plane and saw Angela straight away. She was with my Zio Gerry, Zia Giovana and Zio Pietro, and Zia Lina. They all greeted me with so much love and excitement. It wasn't awkward at all. The car trip was only 10 minutes. When we got to the house Zia Pina was there cooking and greeted me. I was so excited to see her. It's ...
... to the nearest coffee shop to wash our hands. Robyn's coffee wasn't too bad, but Jonathan still hasn't got use to how an iced coffee means different things in different parts of the world, in this case, a coffee with ice cubes. We made use of the free wifi to plan in which direction to head next.
Next port of call was the quay, pardon the pun, dodging another shower of rain on the way which felt nice ...
... Canadian Horseshoe Falls (the biggest part of Niagra Falls) where you can go into tunnels behind the falls. It really gives you an appreciation for the volume of water going over the falls. I was also lucky enough to go on a helicopter ride over the falls. It was absolutely amazing and a highlight of the day in Niagra. After a full day at Niagra we headed back to Toronto to get ready to head back to the U.S. The following day. Next stop Cleveland, ...
... had been very involved in the organisation of the visit. The royal couple visited an island off Toronto to unveil some plastic "tulip" chairs. We caught a water taxi to the island and waited for the royal couple and our friend and her husband to arrive along with the usual entourage! I took lots of photos and Queen Maxima ( from Argentina) was gorgeous.
We have hired a car on a couple of occasions to explore some areas outside Toronto. One day we drove to a small town an ...
... District has a distinctly Camden Market feel with a myriad of funky shops selling vintage clothes, records, books, housewares etc interspersed with cafes and bars.
The week flew passed far too quickly. What had felt like a week in South America seemed like a fleeting moment with our girl and his lovely fella in this friendly, happy city where everyone spoke the same language as us, the food was fresh, tasty and cheap and the sun shone down warmly on us. ...