Holiday Inn Burlington Hotel & Conference Centre
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Wednesday, September 3
This morning Ted ran around the fairground track and the pretty neighborhood of Palmyra. Lovely little town. We ate light because we planned on having the dessert we missed the night at the Chill n Grill as soon as it opens today. We started our tour at the Martin Harris homesite. It was not open to the public but is a lovely reproduction of the original home. Look closely at the way the stone masons place and grouted each ...
... were lucky to get a drink at the driving range, definitely no pool or outdoor bar. Very disappointing!!! Blake decided to make the best of a **** situation and at least hit a few golf balls around the driving range.
We had a long walk back home and by this stage our bodies were hating on us. When we got back we collapsed on the bed and did not want to move. Did I mention it was after 5pm at this stage? It had been a loooooong day. ...
... br> - A shop slogan "home of the shag dance"
- Yankee-doodle bridge
- Drive through pharmacies that sell milk and beer
- The town of Intercourse (where the population is steadily growing) and Virginville (where the population is rapidly depleting).
As a children at heart, we can't help but laugh.
With Dad's driving, Dave's navigating, my organising and Mum's entertaining we were able to see a huge amount over the last two weeks. The quality time together ...
... was always problematic. There is not much online as most people don't go there so finding bus or hotel information was near impossible. After much determination I was able to find a bus route in and out and hotel accommodation.
After being dumped on the side of the road outside the town market and making my way to my hotel where they spoke no English, all the trouble paid off ...
... were being confiscated at the border, so maybe they were keen to make it up to me? Regardless of this, the people in Canada are really quite nice, and the half way house it offers between America and the UK I found instantly quite appealing.
I met up with my host and he kindly drove me back to their place in Burlington (about an hour away) where I was introduced to his very Scottish wife and hilarious children. I have to admit that, whilst I've had a lot of ...