Super 8 Williamsville/Buffalo Airport
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Spent the night at Chris Fidler's house. Kirsten Ness came over and Moz was on Skyp just about the whole time. We had a wonderful non-meatloaf that I would never have guessed wasn't actually meated. :-)
Had quite the long discussion on when it's OK to "friend" an ex on FB. LOL
Emma decided that I needed watching I think as she really liked sitting "next" to me on the love seat. What a lovie!! Bubba was a little more standoffish
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... room and looked at some photos of our house, Myles and Bali. Then I did some more blog.
About 9pm we walked down to the falls again to see them lit with colored lights (no fireworks on Mondays). Very pretty. On the way back they had dinner at Tim Hortons. The machine didn't like my card so I shared some of Gabs Ham sandwich.
Back to our room about 10.45, downloaded today's photos and into bed.
... that we would enjoy touring it. The closer we got to the mansion, the more traffic and the fuller on street parking we saw. About two blocks away from where we were headed we realized that there was a major Art Fair going on right at the mansion apparently. At that point we figured that not only were we not going to be able to find parking at the mansion, we were getting in narrower and narrower streets with what felt like was becoming a bigger and bigger rig! Discretion being ...
... 10 degree temperatures they harvest the frozen grapes and ferment them into ultra expensive wine. To do so they use at least 60% more grapes than standard wine, hence the inflated cost.
Ice Wines are exceedingly expensive ($70 + for a bottle) and are also extremely sweet on a scale of 0 to 30, where maple is 60 on the sweet scale. It can be best compared to dessert wines and are best consumed in small ...