Olde Angel Inn Hotel and Restaurant
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So because of all the mass organising we'd being doing over the last week we decided to book on an 'organised fun' tour to go to Niagara Falls, stopping at a winery and the Niagara on the lake village on the way. No brain work involved. A little dude in a minivan picked us up at 8am and myself, Elise (bridesmaid) the boys and 4 of the parent/aunt contingency left to get the big coach from the company office! Once booked in we went on a mission for a cuppa and found chai ...
... go home before she got to the airport. By the time I checked in it was almost 11:00 but I decided to have something to eat in spite of the hour. Pier 73 is a restaurant attached to the hotel on the Fraser River - not much to see in the dark, but they say the sunsets are magnificent. The seafood salad (scallops, prawns and salmon) was delicious and not too filling before bed. Bedtime in Ontario time was actually 3:00 am. I hope tomorrow is a better ...
... Christmas night dinner at the hotel and although we missed celebrating with the kids we had a different but memorable Christmas Day.
Boxing Day was spent driving through the countryside and visiting a couple of wineries that were open. I must admit and it pains me to say so but we are a little bit over visiting wineries! But Joe did buy a couple of bottles to take back to Toronto.
On our last day we spent ...
... telephone number, and we were given a number to call in the morning. They offered to deliver the case on the following day; we were however checking out at 11:00 and heading 50 miles north to meet Jenny & Jason, or JJ as they will be referred to from now on.
We always opt for a budget rental car, the smallest and cheapest 3 door model will usually do. We never accept the offer of a discounted upgrade, as this usually means that the car you have paid for is no ...
... to them. Lunch is fish and chips and a beer and we enjoy the cool breeze in the shade. Toronto has welcomed us with scorching heat - it feels close to 30 degrees today and humid, so its nice to chill in the shade.
We head back to the nice air conditioned apartment and catch up on blogs, diary entries and laundry while we wait for Jyoti and Mitesh to finish work. The guys get home and we enjoy a home cooked meal of turkey burgers and salad. Jyoti even ...