Thriftlodge Clifton Hill
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... 8 oz baby called Brendan. Mother and baby doing well. I am so pleased and on a real high. Looks like i will have to come back to Niagara falls on my bike with my grandson on the back at some point in the future.
A long 500 mile transit day tomorrow, so an early night. I have had a few of course to wet the babies head!
... because the pizzas are full size and despite the fact that I could take it home there are still no fridges in the rooms. We do at least have coffee facilities so I can make one of those or even tea if I like, still a bit iffy about their non-dairy creamers. I was going to go to Starbucks to get a hot chocolate but like the rest of the world they close at the usual time and it's now quite late at night. Got too used to ...
... for some supplies if you don't eat you don't live and we eat a lot of good healthy food. Tonight we have fresh corn and pineapple for dinner.
While I put everything away and caught up with some computer work Orlando took Richard for a drive in his Lincoln round the Chippawa area down round the Welland River where the expensive homes are met some of his employees . Orlando has a trucking business and saw where ...
... grab my room key and.... no room key. **** ! I headed over to the hotel reception to get another one but it was all locked up and nobody was there. Double **** ! There were a couple of emergency phone numbers on the door of the reception but my cell phone was in my room. Triple **** !!!
I was now cold and starting to panic. I spent half an hour banging on the reception door to no avail. Not long after, a bloke from Quebec with a strong French accent who ...
... It runs in a straight line, on the road level in the downtown area, and underground once you get further out. It's a bit like a hybrid between a light rail/tram and a subway train *g* It only runs about 10km, and it's preeeetty much just in a straight line *giggles*
Fortunately, it stops right near Raquel's nurse's office. So we jumped on a train and went up. I got to meet Sue, the nurse, who seemed pleased to meet me, and keep Raquel company while they sorted ...