Not a flashback I really needed, to be honest. And not a picture anyone needs to see.
So I thought a bit harder. And had a good old look through my photo collection. I rarely think to take photos from hotel windows, which is a shame, because my room in the same hotel as above had a wonderful view of, err, some scaffolding. I normally only take photos of particularly attractive views from windows. The boring views I tend to ignore & leave the curtains shut. But then I hit the proverbial goldmine.
|Room with a view, Toronto style|
|Room with a view, Niagara style|
Fortunately, this was strictly a one night stay. We moved on to Niagara that morning, where we had a much more exciting view of, errrr, a car park. Seriously. But it's Niagara. You're not there to look out of your hotel window. You're there to look at the falls, which even a couple of streets back from the main attraction still provides the most incredible soundtrack to your stay imaginable.
Despite really not hitting the jackpot with my hotel views in Canada, I still had a fantastic week with old & new friends (and got asked for ID going into a casino, at the ripe old age of 31!)
This post is my entry to the Wooden Blinds Direct worst window view competition. If you want your chance to win a Kindle Fire, share your own view, but get in quick, the competition closes on 12 April!