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Well our road trip is underway. We picked up the car and arranged for an extra days hire, so we can drive to Niagra Falls on our last day. It's a Nissan Altima, very nice ! Getting out of Toronto was easy, and even though a very nice city, we weren't sad to see the end of the beggars. The hot weather must have brought them out and it's the most we've been harassed on all our travels.
The freeway system (or parkways as they call them) is brilliant. ...
Friday 17/4 - Quite and uneventful day in Kingston today. Very foggy start especially in town close to the lake. Didn't do anything of note. Visited town. Drove around a bit. Bought another book to read. Brought a new jumper. Mat & I brought some more vegemite. Did some grocery shopping for dinner. Mikaela & I talked Mat into giving us a massage.
Saturday 18/4 - The girls went to Picton today which is easier to access by ferry from Kingston ...
... 55 car ferry which has recently gone into drydock for maintenance, repair and renovation. It's a good thing we got there early as not all the cars that eventually lined up would get on. On the way back the ferry had to go through some ice that was still in the lake. On the way back to Mike and Carol's we stopped off at the post office to post home some winter clothes that hopefully we won't need any more.
... carry on to Cairo to complete our trip that was interrupted a few years ago but, for some strange reason, 100% of friends and family members voted that option down. Instead we plan to carry on to Bruges, Belgium for 5 days and Amsterdam for 3 days.
I'm not sure how many postings we will manage. I think the first week chasing after two 30 year olds may result in crashing in the evening.
It was four years after Lt. Jebb's survey that a prominent figure, Charles Lennox, the Fourth Duke of Richmond, and the Governor-in-Chief of British North America, decided to make a tour of the Canadas. This included an inspection of the planned route of the Rideau Canal. In 1819, he started his tour, leaving Québec City, travelling to Montréal, and on to Kingston. From Kingston he headed overland, along rough tracks and trails, until he eventually reached the ...