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... in search of a Rainforest Cafe which was supposed to be there. We didn't have any luck in finding what we were looking for, but got to explore another part of Niagara that we wouldn't have seen otherwise. The main street of this section was akin to a fun fair with stores like side-shows selling all manner of junk-food and brightly coloured souvenirs.
We headed to Book Road and then to Brantford to Hannah who awaited us with tea hot on the table. A wonderful ...
... We did walk past the Eaton Centre and had a little giggle. It's like the Times Square of Toronto. Has huge electronic billboards and a central plaza area, but that's pretty much it. Drove past the harbour and were surprised to see huge cargo ships. We have to keep on telling ourselves the huge expanse of water is a lake, not the sea! Not being able to see the other side doesn't help though. Excited to be off to Niagra Falls today. It's just a short ...
... walking and sightseeing so we waiting at the base of Clifton Street to catch the WEGO bus back to Floral Showhouse. Meet some Irish girls holidaying and they were going to do the White Water Walk which we will do tomorrow.
Walked the pathway through Dufferin Island (will see this tomorrow) to the car which Richard thought he didn't lock. What a great day and it is nice to be back to normal no stress or worries. Off ...
... Before Melchizedek left, ...
... Grounds and I even rode my bike on the Indy track that was being dismantled from the race on the weekend. And let me tell you, I rode the bike like a Vancouver cyclist = on the sidewalk, off the sidewalk, no stopping at four-way stops..... You get the picture. It was after all a rental. Today was truly full. I got back to Paul's a little after 8PM and after chatting a little over a cold beer, I was finished. But tomorrow, the show must go ...