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... Terry was interested to know and we both liked the same places. Vancouver is a lovely city, Vancouver Island would be great to go back to again so such to see, the Rockies were breathtaking, towns we stayed at around Lake Superior, Algonquin Provincial Park and surrounding areas mad magnificent views, Old Quebec was magical, Hopewell Cape where we walked on the ocean floor, red coastline of Prince Edward Island, Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island so many hiking ...
... all very close together which straddle the border between Canada and the US. The Horseshoe falls are the biggest of the 3 and the 3 together form one of the biggest waterfalls in the world! It is possible to take a boat, called the Maid of the Mist to go right up to the falls. The crashing of the water produces thick mist all around the falls and even rainbows! At night the falls are lit with lights which change colour every few minutes.
... left. We managed to stay up until 11:30pm, even though it felt like 4:30am for us and was nearly a twenty-four hour day.
It's now time to spend the final weekend relaxing before getting back to work and the real-life daily routine.
As for my final thoughts on the trip, in a few sentences, here we go. Iceland wins top honours for favorite country and favourite moment was snorkeling in the Silfra. Ireland (Northern and Republic) were incredibly beautiful along the ...
... until we found out it was 175 dolloars... But the normal entry was good enough!! Turns ot Elwyn gave the kids some money to cover my tourist activities, too knd! After watching a 3D film about plans and a motion simulator experience that was included with our ticket we headed to a food court undergrond for lunch - had a falafel wrap and a booster juice which was like Shakeaway!! Spoke with Josh a lot about travelling, he's hoping to go to ...
... brings a demon to life that haunts you for seven days, until you die. I remember reading a Victorian horror story about the same thing, that became real from a book. Great ideas never go away. Around this point, something hit me in the head very hard, from a tree. Again, no obvious cause, but, if I never post again, search for the demon of the karst.
Enough of this. It was getting late, and we still had to drive home. We hit a little traffic on QEW, but it did ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services