Travelodge London South
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... etc... The lines were average considering it was a
holiday weekend but we only waited about 45 minutes in line and then
it took about 3 minutes at the border. We had pictured them coming on
board but obviously we didn't seem a threat so it was an easy
crossing. We've heard crossing back into USA won't be as easy so we
will compare in 3 weeks time!
After leaving Niagara i headed to London... just because!! then followed the roads up the coastal roads following the Lakes. Past Lake Erie, Lake Huron and Georgian Bay to the Town of Barrie.
Again lovely weather... oh and note self.. just because A Town name has "Beach" in the title doesn't mean it has a nice beach!!
Great couple of days driving.
On to Kingston.
It was our earliest start of the tour with departing Cambridge after 7am to head to St. Thomas Salvation Army. The Good Friday meeting included a powerful reflection with the opportunity for the symbolic hammering of nails into a cross. Following the morning meeting we got back on the coach to meet up in the car park of a large church where quite a few hundred people were waiting. Much to our delight a police ...
My first Valentine's Day in Ontario, and I couldn't think of a more romantic way to spend the weekend than stepping back through time....
I heard about the Arva Flour Mill from the local historical society in my own home town of Drumbo, here in Southwestern Ontario. The Arva mill is the oldest continuous running flour mill in all of Ontatio; maybe even North America. ...
... from the old building at Harbord Public School when I went there ... and which you can see in the attached photo.
As usual, the presence of a huge cast iron stove and the chimney/heating pipe running the length of the classroom is quite different from what we would expect in Oz ... and a reminder of just how bloody cold Canada gets. Real freeze the ***** off ...