Kings Inn Near The Falls
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Tons of R & R on our three night stay in Niagara Falls, Canada. We scored a pristinely clean room with fast internet at the Kings Inn Near The Falls for $40. per night on booking.com. After our first night's sleep, we feasted at a massive breakfast buffet at the neighboring Greek restaurant. We loaded up on pancakes …
Pinks and blues exploded in the sky over the Grand River as the sunrise beamed salutations to Maura and I this morning. Rosy highlights glistened on the water's surface as we drank in the mystical scene. I was glowing with contentment as I started my highly anticipated ride to Niagara Falls. I felt like Surly and I were floating …
... wanted $5 so I figured that was not worth the money. So I just went around and waited but after another 20 minutes I decided to have a walk around and we found each other on the street. There is a lot of roadwork going on and it turned out there was another entrance to the hotel on the other side of the building so I had been waiting at the wrong entrance. We then drove about 1 hour to a shopping outlet centre where Brenda and Daisy were and we all had lunch together. So good to ...
... smoked fish with raw vegies sour dough bread and dip. That was good choice given the tasty breakfast at the diner, bacon, eggs, Texas fries and pan cakes. The upside of that is that there has been a lot of walking in between meals. So far I have seen no International Roast on the shelves, but here hoping. Looking forward to the meeting tomorrow afternoon. See you then.
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John and Helen and "the kids".
... good few km's like almost double in distance to my normal (I'm going to get fit jog/walks back home) when I realised this path wasn't going to take me back up to the top of the hill to my hotel. Instead I needed to turn back around and go back! But you know what it wasn't so bad, it just meant I had to jog back through all the mist coming off the falls, and back along the side walk of the falls with no school kids and tourists around, just keen photographers and ...