Travel Blogs from Trenton
... in scientific journals and so brought it to the attention of geologists across Canada. The Boulder measures 13.4 metres long, 7.3 metres wide and 6.7 metres high..." Denis' question is how did they come across this? I said they would just be out walking or maybe travelling somewhere. So interesting to ponder what was going on some 200 years ago.
Back in Trenton, we opted for lunch out and then ...
... but a lovely location just the same and Passport America rate means we pay less for two nights here than we did for one night at the last location. Loyalists still form part of the history of the area and my great grandfather in fact was born further west along the shore of Lake Ontario, in Port Hope. Reading on the area nearby there is another waterway that starts in Trenton, not too far from here, that according to the tourist handout covers some 386 ...
The Edge has finally landed us at 'Das Schloss'. Excellent day to travel from the Comfort of Windsor under cloudy sky, pallatable traffic, coooooool temp but in the warmth of our rolling cocoon with two quiet excellent yorkies. Now.... waiting time to get back to the creek in November. Gas prices suck... For our american friends, canadian gas - around here - costs about US$4.50/US gallon, taking into account the currency exchange. Time for Zzzzzzzzzz. Love to ...
... work the sugar plantations and mills and there are just a few remnants left from that era. Unfortunately we didn't have enough time to really look around so maybe we will get back one day.
It is pouring rain again as we head up to Shirley Heights, a fort that protected the british from possible invasion. The remains are in an ideal location overlooking the main channel and the view is amazing.
On we go to the Dow Hill Interpretation ...
... going along the eastern seaboard. Once we landed in Ft. Lauderdale the tarmac was covered with planes that couldn't go anywhere as all the flights had been cancelled. Even when we left Pearson there were alot of cancellations. It was nice to get off and feel the warmer temperatures. However I still needed a sweater as the breeze was cool.
Took the shuttle to the hotel and had to wait until 3pm to get into our room so we wandered around and found a neat diner to have some lunch ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed