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to see this wonder. It was amazing … so much water and such a gaping cliff, it seems miraculous. It wasn’t as rural as I had imagined; Toronto with its visible casino towers bordering the north side and the city of Niagra (a Rochester urban area) on the US side. You’re driving thru the city and BAM! There it is. ...
... in). All of the buildings there are log structures and are fairly new. There is a lake with two zip lines across it and they rent canoes or kayaks for $5 an hour. There is a pretty fantastic pool that has an island in the middle, so that the kids travel around a little river and under a bridge connecting the island to the outer pool deck. They have giant checkers and putt-putt, a beach on the lake and two playgrounds. The crowning jewel is the log hut that is their ...
... up the boardwalk to catch the elevator to the street. We then drove a little bit down the road to check out the whirlpool that is at the end of the rapids.
After that we headed up to Niagara-on-the-Lake, which has about 22 wineries in the city. On our way in we stopped at the first sign we saw for a winery, which was the Frogpond Farm. It is an organic winery and is committed to 100% organic wine. We enjoyed the red wines there and tried one of their ...
... for sure!
Our last day of long waits to cross the Borders into and back out of Canada made us thankful that we had all the paperwork necessary (our passports and a letter signed by both of Zach's parents giving us permission to take him, along with his Birth Certificate)...we were also thankful that all the agents we dealt with were relatively friendly and didn't produce any anxiety for Zach.
... Nintendo. Apple's halycon was the embodiment of its minimalist image. A beautifully distinct clear prism marks its entry amongst the metal and concrete but hides below what can be best described as a zoo. None of it's design principles are here, people push and jostle and mill about to get a taste of Steve Jobs' latest. I was not particularly enamoured and left promptly. The Nintendo store was a much more civil ...
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