Knights Inn Welland
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Travel Blogs from Welland
... exciting meaning a new phase of my adventure was about to unfold. I do miss you tho Bek you crazy kid. The sadness didn't last long as the following day I was introduced to Ami, Rena's older sister, who immediately took me under her wing and made the immediate future of my trip exceptionally exciting. The following weekend was filled with getting to know Ami and Patrick and his family as I overindulged at a family 60th, ...
... other parents have been in Canada, they have been searching in vain for a decent cup of coffee. We haven't experienced any coffee yet, but we are advised by them to not be persuaded to go to the much loved by all Canadians, Tim Horton coffee chain. The kiwis are not impressed, so directions for coffee are fed into James' nab man, and up comes cafe Amalia. We drive off in search but are not ...
... but the first signs of splash are visible. Max and Aiden fought so hard and managed a 4th at a time of 3.24. This was their personal best time even despite the water being roughed up a bit by a cross head wind.
There were many other races during the day that the kiwi team was involved in and with ...
... off to the 'sinking building'. We know it's an optical illusion but it really is a must see. Whilst we were there, we had a look round the mouth of the Welland canal which joins the lakes Erie & Ontario to the sea, after passing through the locks we saw a few days ago. Then we got back on the QEW and headed to Toronto and on the way, as we were passing St Catharine's, we saw Lee on a test drive and he gave us the thumbs up. Bet that made his day seeing the van doing well!
... and trying to conjure up the ghosts of Red Army soldiers and Party faithful filing past Lenin’s mausoleum in the perfectly choreographed synchronicity that characterized those short propaganda spools I saw on TV as a child. Beyond Red Square, I’d like to find a Lenin matryoshka doll, get yelled at by a babushka, have a skinny caramel macchiato at Starbucks in Moscow, and lose myself during rush hour in its palatial metro stations. If I can avoid hidden morsels ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed