Squirrel House Niagara
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... way up the street Jim takes a right turn and in front of us we see the Burlington Sailing and Boating Club. It is a pretty little park on the waterfront and I see a bridge that will be just perfect for some photos. We walk around the club looking at the sailboats and noticing the geese and gulls that are extremely plentiful here. We start to head over to the bridge and as we are walking Jim says, “hey look at this.” I turn toward him and see ...
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We both took the opportunity to take advantage of shopping for clothes. Since sizing is a bit of an issue for both of us in Korea (due to the fact that neither of us are thin and tall, nor do we weigh 100lbs), shopping for clothes has been challenging. Most girls here are rather unshapely, with no hips and curves and most guys are very tall and very thin. Luckily we were able to pick up a few things. For Kelsey, ...
... 98 on Park ave seeing all the opulence and beauty of the area. Each building has a doorman with white gloves. I saw a few ladies and gents who live around there and who you can tell have class and money. However, on Lexington and 98-ish, I saw a young schoolboy robbing a lady and running away. I wish i had thought and reacted faster to grab that boy. I ran back to the hotel. Now i know that I can run a lot if I have proper shoes. But I'm so tired now. We met at 8 pm ...
... over the lake. It almost seemed like sea and sky had come together and reminded me a bit of The Truman Show. Because it was so warm, we decided to go for a swim so we picked a more sandy spot on the east coast of the peninsula and went for a dip in the warm, shallow water. It was just what we needed.
After the swim, we were trying to decide on whether we wanted to stop in London, Ontario which was just over 100kms away.or continue along Highway ...
... would be better if they just got on with the game?! At least we got to see a game in the Air Canada Centre.
We did not eat in the game, like we had planned, so we grabbed a couple slices of pizza at a place near the bottom of Yonge, and succombed to a Timmies before bed, served by the most disheartened staff member ever; although this could have been because it was after 11 :O)
Tomorrow is another day. ...