Grand Motel Toronto
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... at the sun somewhere. I was feeling awful, cold, tired, irritated, filled with misgivings about what would come next- possibly the hardest bit, possibly working in an approximation of my own personal hell, trapped on a mountain with a crippled smile hanging on my face? Or maybe not? Hopefully not? There was a lot of trouble getting my suitcase in a locker at the Intercity bus station. The Greyhound bus staff were irreverent. They told me I was now travelling on the lowest of the low ...
... of cider. My gosh did
my fellow tourists enjoy their free cider! Massive jugs were thrust in front of the
tap. Our farmer chappie, who I will affectionately name Canadian old MacDonald,
feeds the apples to the deers! What a lucky bunch they are. I reckon the
Ashridge deer are pretty jealous, as they resign themselves to getting hit by
golfballs from Berko golf course.
We had some free time, which we duly spent checking ...
... and ice containers on the bottom and any foods than need to be very cold eg meat, cheese on top and beside them. Other foods - fruit, chocolate, bread etc are in the shopping bag which goes on top of the cold section inside the cooler bag. Zip up the cooler and you have a travelling fridge/freezer.
When we buy meat or sliced cheese it is packaged in a zip lock bag. These bags are not as thick as purchased zip locks and do not seal as well but are still useful .
... m missing a massive part of my usual routine and the sea just doesn't cut it!) With all the panic over and the stress reduced we went off to our favourite place by the pool for one last time. It was another scorcher so we enjoyed the cool water and dried off in the sunshine laughing at a group of three young lads trying to chat up the two female lifeguards. Which must be a pretty decent job as they don't seem to tell anyone off for anything and ...
... the bar was almost entirely enclosed for umbrellas. Excited about the following day, we went to bed.
Our alarm clocks woke us at 7am, and we quickly got ready and headed down to the bus station to board the service to Niagara Falls. The town, which shares the name, is extremely unremarkable, but a five minute journey takes you to one of the most incredibly tacky areas of the world I have ever been to. We were in Tourist Central; Hard Rock Cafes, Planet Hollywoods, ...