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Travel Blogs from Massena
Ruth and I left Toronto about 2:00 pm on Sunday. Ruth drove her car and I followed on my Motorcycle. We stopped at The Big Apple for some apple fries and bread. If you have never been there, it is worth a stop and be prepared to feast or buy a treat.
We rode to Winchester to visit with some long time friends John O'Neill ...
... we ordered pizza from Riverside Pizzeria. We love this restaurant now. We ordered a Riverside Special Pizza and a Veggie Pizza (for me). We also ordered French Fries.
After eating our food, we were all stuffed so decided to go for a little walk around the neighbourhood. It was quite relaxing and I even took several pictures along the way.
All in all, we had a wonderful day.
Upper Canada Village is less than an hour away from our home.
Once we arrived at the Village, we noticed that the entrance to this place had completely changed. The entrance was now more modern and enclosed with a building.
Joanne and I were given passes when we had dropped Fiona off at her camp. We therefore only had to pay for Frederick's pass for the day.
We walked around the village and looked at the houses, stores and other buildings. ...
... to do the job.
Wayne took a couple of look inside the small cavity on the side of the bus at the problem, and a look at the parts we had brought, and set to work. After a few comments of “how the hell are you to reach that!” “**** is impossible to reach that?” “Oh I see how that works!” bing bang and boom within an hour all was said and done and the motor was running at its quietest in a long time.
Joanne and I have talked so much about Ponderosa to the kids that we wanted to take them to this restaurant.
We found out it was the Sunday Brunch special when we got there - all you can eat breakfast and lunch items for $9.99 (12 and under) and half price for kids 4-12.
Let's just say that we ate well - and rolled out of the restaurant when we were finished (well, it felt like that.) ...