Econo Lodge Darien Lakes
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... they were wrong, but we weren’t too
far out though and after a second fairly easy border crossing we were
in Canada and we met up with Johns uncle, auntie, and two cousins, a
very interesting family. How many families do you know planning to
venture to the north pole?
After having Lunch over looking the
Canadian three quarters of the falls (horse shoe falls), we said our
goodbyes and went on the maid of the mist. If you have ever seen
We're off!! We left Nobleton today around 12:30pm and headed for the border. Crossing was easy and then we had some errands to do in Niagara Falls and Buffalo. Also did some shopping and picked up some groceries. We had dinner at La Tolteca, which is a Mexican restaurant, and they even had a live mariachi band. The food and the Dos Equis were delicious. Tomorrow we head further south to Fairmount, West ...
... into the back of their big car (we had to fold back a middle seat to get into the back two), and we headed off - stopping at the petrol station before we got going. This was when Neil showed off his newly arrived special driver's license, that is good enough ID to go to Canada - and that's when we remembered we didn't have our passports *facepalm*
So back we came to the hotel. Grabbed the passports and dashed back down and tried again.