Country Inn Oakville
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Wednesday 22/4 - Today we headed off to Oakville, a nice suburb about 45 minutes train or drive from Toronto, via the subway and the GO Train to meet up with Sharon (who I met on my Nepal trip in 2013). Sharon & her daughter Amy picked us up from the station at 10am and we headed north through Burlington to a place called Crawford Lake on the Niagara Escarpment. This is a nationally significant area and there is a reconstructed Irioquoian Indian ...
... would not stand for this
outrage, so decided to burn down the US government in retaliation.
Consequently, the Americans decided to rebuild it, give it a new lick of paint
and call it the beautifully imaginative name, the White House. Good to know a
few angry Canadians can change the face of the world.
When the bus
approached Niagara Falls, there was a collective gasp of astonishment. Here’s a
little fact for you. Apparently, Bridal ...
... Canadian, all about Nandos and he ordered so much food! We didn't know whether to say hello or not, but when we left he said 'alright lad' to Phil so we said hello and it turned out he had moved to Canada. I told him he hadn't lost his accent but he said he was trying his best!! Haha. Phil also said to him 'you're never too far away from a scouser' to which he laughed!
At 5pm, we boarded the bus to Niagara Falls, which was around 2hrs. Our next place awaits!!!....
... imagine yourself in Loth Lorien, with Lady Arwen just around the corner...
Howard is determined that I see as much of Toronto as possible, and, since he isn't driving any longer and Margaret doesn't drive either, I was both tourist and designated driver. Here are some of the things I've learned about this beautiful city, both while driving around and researching a bit online:
- Toronto has the second-highest percentage ...
... pay the highest visa fees. Still, Canadian fees are high enough. Ugh.
The kids are finishing school this week, as well. They have been assigned a "virtual" classroom and Ecole Forest Trail is excited about following Elizabeth and Jack's travels.
We hope that you are well and that you are enjoying the lovely weather.
All the best,
Jennifer, Paul, Elizabeth, and Jack