The Olympia Motel
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... on the Lake and oh my has that place changed since we were there 15 yrs ago. I must say that things do change but yikes has this place ever become huge. We both said we liked it better when there were not so many mansions.
We stopped and got some fresh peaches and 2 bottles of wine and said lets go back to Scott's campground and then head out towards Sarnia ...
... start to the day and not one I'd anticipated. Still, the breakfast was tasty, filling and welcome.By 8 o' clock we were strolling around the busy streets of Downtown Toronto - nothing open yet - looking for a London double-decker to take us on a city tour. We didn't have much time left in Toronto and this was the best way of seeing the best of the few sights advertised. By 9:30 we were sitting on the top deck of the bus listening to a young Canadian ...
... the traffic to move! If we'd thought Niagara was packed last night, imagine it today!
After some slight problems with the GPS directions, we found ourselves at Niagara-on-the-Lake. The 'historic township' was very quaint. Boxes of brightly colored flowers hung from the verandas of weatherboard houses. Horse and carts took tourists for rides along the main street, and souvenir shops were buzzing with activity. We explored some of the shops, bought a few things and ...
... at the Canadian side of stunning Niagara Falls!
Shrouded in mist it is still a totally AWESOME sight!
Rob didn't want to go out - can't understand why - it was a balmy 14 degrees with a wind chill of around 8 degrees! So off I went on my own - well me and my camera. It's fantastic when you get down near the falls - the noise and the clear ...
... be gone by Friday afternoon, doesn't sound like a long time does it? It certainly didn't to us and little did we know how this blizzard cell (later to be named Hercules by the Bureau of Meteorology) would be the worst blizzard they have had in 4 years since Hurricane Sandy but more on that later.
The alarm went off at 3:15am Friday morning as we had to get to East 64th St Affinia Hotel to be picked up at 4:15am by the shuttle bus to take us to the ...