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 ...
And we are off! A bit of a wait over in Toronto before our overnight flight to Lisbon. Earplugs and melatonin are ready for use! The little red pig was so excited he didn't sleep much last night, but that should sort itself out. It will be 24 celsius when we arrive in Lisboa in the morning and will feel like 29. WooHoo! Don't mind that at all. Ate ...
... 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 ...
... too eager to go swimming here... It is just a small strip of the lake that is designed for swimming and considering the hordes of people that make use of it, it would be a rather dirty and crowded experience.
Back at the camping side the two fearless cooking DJ's have been trying to get the barbecue started and after a while of throwing in little pieces of wood and sticks the charcoal heats up in the end and the first burgers are soon sizzling away. Within minutes ...