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... spot for our picnic and enjoyed a few hours of the afternoon sunshine before heading back for what was becoming our nightly routine - dinner and...yep you guessed it, Friends!
Night Three = 19 episodes down, 5 to go!
As planned, we were back on the island the following day loaded with cash, a picnic and suntan lotion as it was a scorcher! Before the crowds ...
... of our arrival and catch their shuttle. Once we found a signal outside, we reached them and waited only a short time for the shuttle to arrive. Back at the car park, we found my car sitting there waiting for us. We also found the air about 30 degrees cooler than we left in Rome - so the car wasn't even steamy hot inside ! Now we check the map to make sure we remember our highway numbers, yes the 401 to the 402 through Sarnia to 94. The drive home takes about 4 hours with a few ...
... have several years of advances on speaking in terms of professionalizing their blog.
But initially, up to 10 days of discovery of Eastern Canada! First step: Nova Scotia, with its capital, Halifax, a premier maritime city (the second largest natural harbor in the world) and its wild coast, with its capes, cliffs and port Mahone Bay and Lunenburg fishing (world heritage by UNESCO). Then we will go to New Brunswick, Moncton, namely discover the ...
... for the peak tourist season. There is a lot of construction work, road improvements and renovations / expansions being made to tourist attractions. It doesn't make for the nicest of environments, there is a lot of dust flying around, noise from building sites, road closures etc. Heading down towards the waterfront, again being off season, there was very little open. It is a beautiful view and there were lots of tour boats being prepared for the season. It must ...
... tapped trees into the collection buckets and saw a cross section of a very old tree trunk where you could see the "scars" from when the tree had been tapped. Trees measuring about 20 cm can be tapped and at that size they are about 40 years old.
Of course we all "had" to buy some bottled (completely natural) syrup to take home!
All in all it was a great excursion with the added bonus of being educational as well.
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West Toronto, Toronto | 2 star motelfrom $76
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Cliffcrest, Toronto | Motelfrom $58