Days Inn Tonawanda
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... bringing the
fort out of the decay it was falling into and repairing parts of it.
An interesting visit.
Then we had dinner of leftovers in the
RV. How great to be able to sit and heat up food and make decisions
about what to do next. We decided to drive towards Toronto. This
turned out to be a fairly crazy experience. The SIM didn't seem to be
working as we couldn't get any reception to get a GPS reading. So I
ended up ...
... in my head it would be thick like Guinness but being light like Canadian or Carling. Between the three of us we thought we better order food waiting for my Friends brother to turn up we decide on food. With the special being Lobster hotdog. Mix of lobster, shrimps, oysters and scollop in a hotdog skin. Let's just say WOW it was amazing a seafood taste with a American style food. After trying a few of the local beers we heading back to my friends for a night of hockey. Or ...
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... We did walk past the Eaton Centre and had a little giggle. It's like the Times Square of Toronto. Has huge electronic billboards and a central plaza area, but that's pretty much it. Drove past the harbour and were surprised to see huge cargo ships. We have to keep on telling ourselves the huge expanse of water is a lake, not the sea! Not being able to see the other side doesn't help though. Excited to be off to Niagra Falls today. It's just a short ...
... a look at the urban skyline and since the day was clear, I could see the degree of sprawl. The price of admission is a little steep, but I felt this was one attraction I wanted to visit. The other on my list was the Hockey Hall of Fame. I was not disappointed. I managed to spend just about 2 hours in there. One could spend all day. The rest of my time was dedicated to just walking around and getting familiar with Yonge St, Bay St, Union ...