Rodeway Inn By The Falls
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... rubbish because I wasn't allowed in the stadium with my normal camera. British music is everywhere here, it seems that every other song on the radio is by a British act. When we arrived in America, Sam Smith was number one in the charts and Ed Sheeran at number two. Go on boys.
We both loved Toronto. We are still only just starting the trip but this has been the best place so far. But now it was time to push on. As great as it's been, it's nice to get back ...
... River. The wind would blow the spray our direction every few minutes but it was refreshing as the day was hot and sticky. We took photos, wandered through gift stores, laughing at bags of 'Canadian moose droppings' (chocolate covered almonds) and tiny, expensive bottles of maple syrup. A few of our group stopped at the ever-present Tim Horton's for snacks while we decided the plan of action.
Half of the group decided to go to Maid of the Mist (or the ...
... HIS name is xxxx but of course I mispronounced it and the older women on the sticks corrected me...embarrassing. Jimmy and I laugh at what a great cover I had given her - covering her backside.
Later as we are heading back to the bus enroute to the train station, Ngaire chases me down. She said Jimmy waited while she went to the ladies and as she entered she came face to face with Belvedere. Jimmy reckons he ...
... through Chippawa county where they live there are corn and soya bean farms, horses, beautiful big homes along the Welland River that we drive by and suburbia housing estates a mixture of everything.
Parked in the driveway at the Rapidsview WEGO Bus Terminal as we didn't know where to park I ran in looking for the entry with a very nice chap (Bus Driver I think) saw I looked confused. He told me the bus didn't leave ...
... voicing his frustrations and directing them towards the Captain.) Dad had spent a long time untangling the anchor ropes in Presque Isle State Park, so I was not expecting them to be so tangled still. Watching Dad and Jameson deal with the anchors these past three times has me wondering: is it really supposed to be that difficult?
It should go more smoothly from now on though, because on Wednesday morning leaving from Buffalo Jameson had organized the ropes extremely neatly. ...