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... wanted to be in Canada. With a bit of research and a leap of faith, they packed up their possessions and relocated this fall. We think they made a wonderful choice, they are close to; beaches, lakes, parks, markets, shopping, restaurants, and big city stuff not far away if necessary. They can walk or ride their bikes downtown and the average temperature here is 1 degree! Their new home is already all ...
... at our hotel forst. Homewood Suites (50,000 points OUCH) was beautifully decorated and laid out and our suite felt positively luxurious. We then headed out in search of a snack. Just a few hundred metres away was the famed Newport Creamery where we got some delicious ice cream and an Awful Awful, a must have in Newport. It turned out to be a less creamy milkshake and we really enjoyed it. Then it was off to Easton Beach for twin lobster rolls ...
... it to the Fairmont Royal York
Hotel -- really handy for our Saturday departure aboard The Canadian.
The Canadian doesn't leave Toronto until
around 10 pm, and we had been given our instructions prior to that.
Suitcases were to be checked through to Jasper, and only a small carry
on was to be taken on board. Even "Sleeper Plus" accommodation has very
... in Essex County in southwestern Ontario. It consists a unique peninsula of land that tapers to a sharp point as it extends into Lake Erie. It’s roughly a four hour drive from Toronto and accessed via the town of Leamington.
There are fabulous beaches on either side of the split. But it was chili and too windy during May.However, we didn't miss a visit to the very tip.
The bird migration ...
... farms, and there were huge fields of little tomato and corn plants. Wheatley Harbor is considered world renowned as the fresh fishing capital of the world, but it's not easy to see. Gillnetting fishing tugs bring in catch of perch, walleye, bass, and others. There are both black and grey squirrels here in Ontario.
We "dined" at Joey's Seafood, a fish and chips franchise in Leamington, as we said goodbye to Canada for the time ...