Blairpen House Country Inn

Address: 287 Davy Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, L0S 1J0, Canada | Inn
 
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      No Escaping Auto Repair Shops

      A travel blog entry by moaningtyr055 on Sep 21, 14

      ... they provide a ride towards the client if they wanted one? Was the shopper waiting area clean and comfort? Was the very first guess correct? One other thing to look discover when the mechanics at the store are ASE certificated.



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      A travel blog entry by golditaly05 on Aug 27, 2014

      ... and plowing, and curing the farm field. Its regular element would be to make the lad set for any plant seeds. Take note that farmers have a lot of considerations before resorting to planting the crops and dropping the seeds. An alternative method of farm tractor is in charge of laying the plant seeds. Eventually whereby information input is necessary, the farm tractors function as an readily available handbook. ...

      Canada day!

      A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on Jul 01, 2014

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      ... in the distance. With the big baseball game on below, we could see the skydome stadium far beneath us packed with 45,000 spectators. Toronto is a really green city with majority of residential streets tree lined which dominates much of the city looking down to it. Had a 3 course meal in the slowly spinning restaurant, taking 70 minutes to do a full rotation. Still paid $80 for it all, supposed to be $55 ($10 more than to go ...

      And there she was - in all her majestic beauty!

      A travel blog entry by prathiba on Apr 24, 2014

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      Had a great time with Ashwanti. She took us to the CBD and CN tower which has spectacular views of Toronto and Lake Ontario. Went to the Skypod level which is the highest observation level (447m). Located 33 storeys above the lookout. The glass floor panelled elevators takes only 58 seconds to reach the top. The CN Tower has a glass floor with amazing views of the city down below. Lightning strikes the CN tower an average of ...

      T.O as it's called by the locals

      A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Oct 17, 2013

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      ... at the street level.

      After the CN Tower we walked up to the Old City Hall and went through security before wandering around at will. It was a little weird to be left free to wander around especially when we saw a chained prisoner in orange jumpsuit being led through by armed guards! It was then we thought maybe we shouldn’t be here! It wasn’t really worth visiting as you cannot see any court room just lots of corridors and ...