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We flew into Dryden for a total of about 7 hours(arrive at 5:45 on p.m Monday) and go on to our activity for about 2 hours. We took a 45.5 mile cab ride to our activity and then traveled right back to the airport where our hotel was. We had to stay the night because the next international flight was not till morning. We stayed at 585 Government Street Dryden, ON, Canada.
Activity explanation: We went to Wilderness Air to go Moose Hunting, on the lake. ...
... floors were wooden from years ago. We were sat in a back room where there appeared to be a working fireplace, but thankfully, it was not lit today.
Our server came over immediately and we decided on beer for lunch. Not sure what I had but it was good, same for Rich. Rich's meal was a steak and onion pie with puff pastry crust. I had the chicken and peach pie with the same crust. They came with peas and carrots and a huge amount ...
... in Toronto, so we could leave home on the first part of our journey a bit later than originally planned. It gave us additional time to print out maps and discuss few more itinerary changes. The trip from Kingston station to Toronto was mostly passed in near darkness but our excitement kept conversation flowing. Michael took the requisite first picture at Kingston station, to record the moment of the beginning of our journey. Arrival ...
... Everyone on the boat receives a poncho and being in the mist is like standing in the rain. It reminded my of an esposide of How I Met your Mother when Robyn visits the Falls. My favourite part of the Falls was the point where the water comes over the edge - the highest flow rate in the world. When I got back to the hostel I found out that two friends I had made, Josh and Erin, had been checking in to see if I had got back yet - I was very ...
... up going to a bar down the road from the hostel and we ended up meeting these two Canadian guys who took us to a illegal underground bar at 2am (the bars and clubs in Toronto close at 2am). By the time we got to the underground bar it is safe to say i was pretty merry so i can't really remember that much apart from playing a lot of pool. The week in Toronto consisted of a lot of tourist stuff. We ended up buying a week pass for all sorts of things to do and see ...
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