Prudhommes Landing Inn
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... the song so much that for the rest of the night until he went to sleep we didn't hear any silence.
After 10 short days, it was time to head back to our home in Korea. It is amazing how fast 10 days go by when you're spending it with great people. But, like all good things, our visit had to come to an end. It was so great to spend time with our families that we've seen only on a computer screen for the past 4 months. Now, these next 7 and a ...
Our time at Blue Mountain had come to an end so it was time to pack up and get on the road. The hotel was a little crazy with everyone trying to check out and using all the bag trolleys but we eventually made it out just before 11:00. It was snowing quite heavily when we left so we took a slow ride with Craig driving the one car and Dave the other. We got to Marie's house at around 12:00 ...
With one week to go, things are starting to come together and I'm now getting a wee bit excited about starting my adventure. This time next week I will be on my way to Pearson International Airport to start the first leg of my journey.
I've always considered myself a bit of a minimalist, so was a bit surprised that it took me a good solid 3 weeks to pack up my house. On the other hand I thought it ...
... were quite a few activities going on such as a flag raising ceremony and musket firing display from the red coats; volunteers dressed in full colonial uniform. This part of Canada used to be part of the British colony after America declared independence. It continued to be until 1812 when the Americans declared war on the remaining settlements which resulted in a 2 year struggle which the Americans lost and pushed them back over the Niagara River. The ...
... picking up outside the Hard Rock cafe on Yonge St. Because we leave nothing to chance (the requirement for risk mitigation is one of the results of Val's time as a software project manager!) a foray into the streets of Toronto was required to pinpoint this location – at the same time we could forage for dinner and breakfast supplies. It was later this evening that Val's addiction to the 24hour DIY TV channel developed, but that is another story altogether.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility