Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Belleville
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Day 47 (June 2) -- As we were staying two nights at the same place once again, we took off this morning for a bit of exploring around the Trenton area. Trenton along with four other towns/cities now form Quinte West on the Bay of Quinte on Lake Ontario. It was a gorgeous day weather-wise and we shopped a bit then some pre-reading gave me an idea we should head towards Frankford, one of the five cities ...
... joins the inland waterways between Lake Ontario and Lake Huron. So much I am learning about Ontario that I didn't have a clue about. In the past we crossed Canada on the Trans-Canada highway to Montreal the one time and the other time we went to Niagara Falls and then on to Montreal so probably took the 401 to travel as quickly as possible.
The highlights of the day, according to Denis: the visit to the UEL museum/house and the little ferry.
The Edge has finally landed us at 'Das Schloss'. Excellent day to travel from the Comfort of Windsor under cloudy sky, pallatable traffic, coooooool temp but in the warmth of our rolling cocoon with two quiet excellent yorkies. Now.... waiting time to get back to the creek in November. Gas prices suck... For our american friends, canadian gas - around here - costs about US$4.50/US gallon, taking into account the currency exchange. Time for Zzzzzzzzzz. Love to ...
... to go. :-( But we are off to Marseilles. Picking up Maija, then heading to the airport to meet Dorothy. The flight with BA leaves at 9:20 PM. Boy, has Terminal 3 ever improved. The seating at the gates is now comfortable tables with Ipads for everyone, or long bars to sit at. Very ...
... at times so had to hang on for dear life at times.
Antigua and Barbuda is located in the central Leeward Islands in the Eastern Caribbean Sea and is another of Christopher Columbo's find as he also discovered the Virgin Island, Antigua, Barbados and Trinidad. Antigua is 14 miles long and 11 miles wide with a population of approx. 85,000 people.
Out tour took us off the beaten path up into the hills eventually ending up at ...
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