Hilton Garden Inn Niagara-on-the-Lake
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Sorry for the late blog, after sampling several cocktails last night I just never got round to it! Woke early, AGAIN! And decided to go for a wander as it was a beautiful day, and we needed breakfast. Put on our multitude of layers and went in search of a Tim Hortons, found one 5 mins away sadly it was take out only and we didn't fancy standing around in -15 eating breakfast. Walked further along the road where we had ...
... man but this cake was Super Sweet after three or four bites I couldn't eat anymore but relaxed in the café for a while reading about the island in my little guide book. As the same as the beach as the café started to fill it was my time to move on and finish the last couple of kilometres to West Point to get the ferry back to the mainland. Walking past the islands golf course ( it's no St.Andrews or Cinque Ports ). But did look very challenging. ...
... he shared a joke with Fred. However, Mr Shouter could not be contained for too long, before lunch had finished he was off again. No wonder his wife looks so harassedLunch was really nice, we had fresh salmon and vegetables, and a birds eye view of the falls. Quite spectacular.
We then travelled another couple of hours to Toronto, the largest city in Canada. We declined the tour of the 553 meter high CNN Tower. Fred and I had ...
... so far (due to obvious erosion) but I will pass on one fact though...there have been several attempts at surviving the fall by far too many maniacs. The FIRST being a 65 year old woman in a barrel (survived) and a 7 year old boy who fell from a boat on the lake that feeds it (what they were doing relaxing on a boat upstream from Niagara I will never understand) also, survived! The Canadian visa was $75 each so we had to give it the chop. Bit ...