|Oh Canada, eh!|
I check into my room on the 40th floor and am greeted with an amazing view and a hot shower (where I don't feel the need to wear flip flops).
Down in the lobby who do I see? Kitt's namesake, Nikola Tesla! Of course it's now peak traffic through this hallway, and when I explain to raised eyebrows that there's a story behind this, the bell hop coyly replies "I've learned not to ask questions". I laugh at his comment and wear a smile the rest of the day.
"Huge horizontal and vertical generators process 422,600 gallons of water per second on the Canadian side of the falls. Westinghouse Electric and Nikola Tesla created alternating current generators for Niagara Falls in 1895".
I stop by Costco for provisions and notice regional differences; especially the Canadian's love for sausage and cheese.
French fries and poutine are on the menu in the food court.