Ontario Place Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were in English first then French unlike Quebec Provence where all signs are only in French. We pulled off into a little town for a refreshment and restroom stop and were most amused by two neighbouring businesses - you need to say this in your best Barry White voice "Mr Lube" and next door a service station called "Quickie". Sioux wanted to do the scenic heritage highway along The St. Lawrence River's edge. I always get a lot nervous when scenic diversions are mentioned ...
... hockey today?? We dined early at 'Lone Star' in town before going to the K Rock Centre to watch an ice hockey game between Kingston and Sudbury under 20 High School teams. These are the best juniors in the world and a lot of the players get drafted into the NHL teams. One player already had $950,000 contract and was still a year away from playing NHL. Much better watching the game live and most impressed with the skill level and ...
... most of the day, clearing for an impressive sunset in the evening.
Monday 23/2 - Mat & Peter walked along the foreshore of Lake Ontario toward the city today. A nice day but minus 20 degrees. Heaps of snow and the lake and rivers are iced up out to about 100m off shore. Surprisingly there are some people out jogging, all wrapped up in thermal skins, balaclavas, golves, etc. We even see the ...
... somewhere will say a prayer for me....
Just before starting out on a new adventure - and maybe at the very start - is a time
of excitement for me, stepping into the unknown and not knowing for sure what to expect,
I find exciting - and I am basically an optimist - so I always am looking forward
to what is to come next with excitement and enthusiasm....
Just riding on the bus reminds me of my youth - although even as a youth
I never did ride ...
... was generally unruly and the Royal Sappers and Miners had to be used to guard the stores and closely supervise much of the work. Conditions were difficult. The men lived in crude camps in the wilderness. Many succumbed to malaria, which
was prevalent at the time, as well as other diseases and job site accidents.
All the work was done by hand with the aid of a few draft animals. Most of the excavations were carried out by men with shovels, pickaxes and wheelbarrows. Rock ...