Aston Villa Motel
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A very early start, after a quick overnight stay at International hotel in Calgary.To catch a flight to Toronto.Ontario. This flight took 3 and half hours but lost 2 hours in time, during the flight. On arriving in Toronto at 1 pm - we were picked up by a Lincoln towne car from Toronto Pearson airport ( I had booked this from Aus) we had a very informative driver and very comfortable ride arriving in Niagara Falls at 3 :15 pm
... at the hotel, Niagara greeted us, and WOW! We have an amazing view from the hotel room of the Horseshoe Falls (commonly known as the Canadian Falls). We went for a walk down towards the Falls and the view was just breathtaking. The Falls were illuminated beautifully and the sound was like... Concord.
So it may have been a long journey, but it was definitely worth it!
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... store. They were making some rock for a couple's wedding in Mexico and their names would run through it. We watched them make it from scratch, which was pretty interesting. In making the rock they had to roll the candy out to the right size and the remainder end of the roll would normally be discarded. The guy making it decided to let Tina have it instead of chucking it away, so now we have about 1.5kg of rock. On the food front we decided to eat at ...
... was a point when there was really not much point in taking any more photos, unless you had a waterproof camera....it was great fun, and I got a couple of shots just as the setting sun touched the top of them, but I know they won't do justice to how beautiful they were. Looking up at them, I shuddered to think that a woman, aged 63, was the first one to attempt to go over the falls in a pickle barrel. Her name was Annie Taylor, the year was 1901, and she had ...