On July 10th through 15th, I took a client’s family of an imported house in Gifu city to Toronto in Canada.
I have just gone on a tour of inspecting imported materials, but it’s been quite a long time since I went and chose customer’s furniture and interior.This time there was a sudden request to go there that I couldn’t reserve any B&Bs we always stay at.
Because of that and for a change, they allowed me to make plans to stay at a vintage hotel in Niagara-on-the-lake, a beautiful town near Niagara, for a night.
Apart from slightly larger rooms, it would seem the hotel’s atmosphere isn’t so different from a general urban hotel’s, but the exterior and lobby’s design are luxury in itself.It fully deserves to be called vintage, doesn’t it? Of course, the outer wall is brickwork!
Client's children were delighted because there were many squirrels around the hotel and in the town.
These sights can't be seen in Japan, but there is similar scenery in a large city, Toronto too. What a mysterious country Canada is!
Lovely building, I really like the pillars.ReplyDelete