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Travel Blogs from Niagara-on-the-Lake
I got to National Airport really early and settled in with my mystery novel, which looks really good. After an hour and a half or so, I was joined by my fellow traveller Barbara, and it was great to chat about the upcoming adventure.
Everything went smoothly. The plane took off early and arrived in Toronto really early. Here I met Nadine, who will be my roommate on the trip. We ...
... us. We didn't panic, but when you are unsure of where you are, and you're lugging suitcases up and down stairs it can feel a little stressful.
Looking back it was quite easy, the Hotel Stanford was less than a minute from 34th Street subway station. It is in the middle of the Korean district which suits us just fine, we had one of our best dinners there tonight. Can't wait to hit the streets tomorrow and explore the Big Apple. ...
... beds. Then it'd just be me, couples and old people I suppose. I set about planning a trip to Niagara Falls. A megabus there and back for $40, and the four most popular attractions for <$40, saving 30%. One attraction is some simulation and doesn't involve the falls, and is of little interest to me but just paying full price for the other three things worked out the same anyway. Despite not feeling like it I went out for a run. It was long overdue and I really need to pick up ...
... 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 ...
Today was our tourist day!! Headed off to see the old hockey stadium Maple Leaf Gardens and when we got there its turned into a GROCERY STORE!! Was hilarious! So didn't really stay there long at all walked to the subway and jumped on the train to get off at Union station to get to hockey Hall Of Fame, it was $17 entry but then Holly and I separated ways and started reading all the history of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility