Ontario Place Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... noticed looking at the river on a map is that it doesn't curve and twist and turn like the Mississippi does. I don't see any oxbow lakes. I wonder why that is.
We stopped in Alexandria Bay, NY and took a 2-1/2 hour cruise in the 1000 Islands area of the river, just before the river joins Lake Ontario.
Are there really ...
... drive. They just cruised about visiting the main street, some sand dunes, a lake and the obligitory coffee shop. Mathew & I drove up to the cottage and from there Mike took us to 'the camp' which is a 900 acre block of bush another 3/4 hour drive away in the wilderness near a very small place called Mountain Grove. He has just brought this land with his brother-in-law and father-in-law. They primarily brought it for hunting. ie deer, duck, bear and ...
... some cattle) and also has 86 wind turbines on it feeding power back into the grid. On the far side of the island is another ferry that goes across to the USA (currently not operating). After a drive around we stopped back in to pick up Michelle's grandfather and went for lunch at a local cafe only a short walk away. Then is was back to line up at the ferry terminal. The current 33 car ferry is replacing ...
... there greatly used by tourists, it is also the home of weather stations and much electronic equipment used by the Department of Homeland Security.
Leaving the mountain a little after 11:00 we passed MANY more vehicles heading to the top. We were thankful that we had been able to enjoy the setting in a more private condition. As I said—an unexpected moment!
As we drove through Lake Placid on our way west, we found that the number of people there had not ...
... created one of North America's best
navigable waterways. The exquisite stonemasonry of the control dams and locks are admired by waterway travelers to this day......
The history of much of early Canada starts with water. Many communities were formed at the foot of rapids, a natural spot for river travelers to stop. Montréal for instance, one of the great cities of Canada, was founded at the foot of the Lachine Rapids. In the same way, Hull was ...