Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites St. Catharines Conference Centre
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... the next couple of days. They had a surprisingly good selection of good Australian wine including Black Label that I love to drink at home for only $8 which I was impressed with. Wine is certainly not as expensive here as it is in the States. After a delicious dinner of tacos, (they all turned their noes up at my salmon tacos mind you) we headed to Walmart. Yes, Walmart! When we all worked on the ...
21st Aug cont.
We eventually arrived at the car park of Canadian Tyre around 3pm and went inside to buy some rubber fuel line. I then spent an hour or so, (stopping to wait for a hard downpour of rain) fitting the new fuel line. Unfortunately, that didn't seem to help, if anything it seemed to be worse! Whilst trying to see if it would go, we managed to limp as close as we could to Walmart to park up for the night. Once in a space, we did some shopping for dinner and ...
... series which got me totally hooked (thanks Helen..;). So it turned into a late and great night anyway! Friday we met up with all the exchange student to go to a hockey game (read ice hockey). What a great sport! The surprising violence turned the crowd wild! Contests on who yelt out the loudest support cries etc. Certainly an experience that i wont forget, if only games were that crazy back home! After the game we returned to brock to ...
... Fort George, marched with his men of the 41st Regiment, militia and Native forces and gained the rear of the Heights. With one line charge the Americans were routed. This tactical movement ensured a victory for the British.
I talked with park employee for a while and she told me that the day after the war ended, they made Queenston Heights into a park and little has changed since then. Not much is left ...
... not doing the 'proper' procedure of crossing both ways, but the only question we got asked was how do we know each other, with such varied passports [mine is British and his is Barbadian]. No problems though, and back in and to the hotel we went.
We were originally going to leave Niagara early tomorrow, but we decided to take the later train out and forfeiting another day in Toronto to go explore the American side some more! More tomorrow..
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center