No mousse but plenty of bubbles
Trip Start Jul 2003
50Trip End May 2005
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Under a tunnel from Detroit and we received a warm welcome in Windsor (despite the now driving snow). Every English town is duplicated in Ontario and the Queen makes an appearance on the money. Everything here feels far more liberal than in the USA and there seem to be plenty of happy immigrants (are they all Lebanese?). Although the drinking age is lower than its neighbour, it's tricky stuff to find outside the bars (offies closed at 9pm!?). For the first time in a while we had, "I love your accent, say something else!"
We headed east past vast frozen lakes, with only the deep snoring from over maple siruped hibernating Canadians to be heard from deep within picturesque, Christmas cake, snow-drifted, red and white barns
Back to the USA, but Canada will see us again!
Celine and The Mountie
p.s. on a food note, there's similar beer to the US (more pricey to get hold of), orange roughy for supper and peameal bacon for breakfast. Ontario peanuts are the best sampled yet, and the 2003 ice wine is highly recommended!