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One of the features of John's Gate is the gourmet breakfasts that Meheroo produces..
The breakfast that we were presented with was spectacular.
Multiple berry and fruit medley on yogurt over a bed of granola..
followed by Smoked salmon with scrambled eggs on a bed pf sliced baby potato
followed by slices of poppy seed lemon cake
acompanied by a glass of Champagne.. as we were toasting one of the other couples who were there ...
... Mist boat ride which takes us under the falls. Everyone is handed a blue spray raincoat so as we pile on board the boat we look like a herd of smurfs! There is a funny picture I have attached of Sam in the middle of a sea of blue. The falls are beautiful and majestic and have to be seen to be believed.
After the boat tour we head upwards again and walk to grab yet another bite to eat. feeding 6 kids is a never ending challenge. It's decided to do the ...
... Maid of the mist and were provided with very attractive blue rain covers. Now I'm not entirely sure what I was expecting but the boat experience title is somewhat misleading. Must implies a gentle spray. What we actually got was a torrential water battering. People were gasping for air and those unfortunate enough not to be holding onto the rail were slipping and sliding across the boat. These individuals were mainly the Chinese proportion of our tour group who had set ...
... on offer.
We eventually return to Toronto and are dropped off at our hotel close to 7pm, meaning we have just 20 minutes to jump in the shower and dress for dinner as we're meeting Katie for an adventure, soaking up the 'real' Toronto on a Saturday night out with a native of the city. This is going to be ...
... shouldn't they be "Wide Falls"?
After the falls I headed East back to the nice neighbourhood that the barman had mentioned. Got to Park Avenue - a nice residential area with some cafes and stuff. It was nice to see Rochester had some class. I also checked out some of the mansions on East Avenue that once belonged to business owners, including a massive one owned by George Eastman (the inventor of photography, apparently).
After that I was ...
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