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... to take us to the happening street-- Clifton Hill. That is where much of the commercialism is. In addition to the attractions I listed above there is just about every food place imaginable.... all the familiar names are there but in some cases they are bigger and bolder, like the Burger King with Frankenstein (I think) eating a burger. Tucked in between are a few name-brand hotels that probably were ...
We got the hot tip from a guy at the bar last night that the best way to get to Niagara falls was to board the casino shuttle bus that heads there a few times a day and ferrys passengers to gamble. It just so happns that the casino is right on Niagara falls. We sneakily boarded the casino shuttle bus and ended up paying $30 less than what we would have had to pay had we caught the tourist bus. The catch was that we had ...
... about a quarter of a mile section so you walk a half a mile. The river depth ranges to over 15m at the Whirlpool Rapids and 38m at the Whirlpool and it is as narrow as 75m across the Great Gorge to the American side. So close yet so far away there have been a lot of dare devils that have gone down this section in wooden barrels, boats and with life vests on most have lived to tell their story and some have died trying.
... to the CN Tower and I just pulled in. I chose underground, because it gave me some privacy to change out of my riding apparel into something much lighter. It was going to be another hot day. To my surprise, I scored an 'early bird' $8 all day (till 6PM) parking slot. I was warned that parking in downtown Toronto is going to 'cost me an arm and a leg'. I guess it pays to get up early after all. As I set out to search for some breakfast, the ...
... whole place is cute. Let’s be an ‘extra’ in their cinematic days and sit here looking all cute amongst the cute, slurping our soup, wiping the dribbles from our chin. Shame, I don’t think we’re cut out to even be an ‘extra’ on this film set.
And then we walked to the lake, complete with old boat sailing past toward the old fort on the coast. Of course. And a gazebo suitable for weddings nestled in all ...
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