Windsor Arms Hotel
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... the guy over there wearing a onesie was cute. (Don't roll your eyes, new year's eve is a free pass to be crazy...) This was thé queue for the girls to try to set me up with a Canadian fellow. Turns out he was already taken , much to their disappointment. We ended the night on a high and not too late, so we would still be pleasant on new year's day. 2014 was started with a late morning and a lazy breakfast.
A wonderful evening of yummies was organized for everyone by the ...
... s the first one I've seen since I left home. They even had a sausage roll! Seriously I was excited, it wasn't great but it was good. Still in need of a good coffee though, we are seriously spoilt back home. Niagara Falls were sensational, though I was not so impressed with the township around it as it's all Planet Hollywood and Casinos and high rise hotels. I expected some development but not huge LCD screens advertising gambling. We had a buffet lunch (my first one) on the 11th floor ...
... you can guess where Stewart and Nancy sat ha ha they were the late comers, but in fact we had the best seats as we were initially in the sun but then it was shade and we had a pleasant breeze. The tour guide was explaining everything about the islands etc when we came across a couple cannoddling on the bank well people are silly she thought it would be fun to flash the people on the boat and it will teach her not to do it she thought we were far enough away from the boat ...
... awe and thus easy to keep popping food items into without too much resistance!
When we returned to the most relaxing cottage in the world the kids naturally kitted up in their togs and headed out to swim and kayak in the lake with a temperature of around 10 degrees! Later, while David Mastercheffed some awesome pizzas on the BBQ, Karen and I watched the sun set over the lake and discussed you ...
... the pending climate, I joined Mary Ellen and Ro for our last breakfast togther. Jerry was tucked away in his office getting ready for an important meeting he had scheduled later that morning in Rochester so he unfortunately wasnt present. We munched away on our cereal whilst trying to convince Mary Ellen to come back to Australia to watch the Australian Tennis Open, as well as to repay the generous and amazing hospitality. Mary Ellen was keen for another trip down under and assured ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet