TORONTO STAR – BE SURE COVID-19 CONDITIONS MAKE IT SAFE ALONG THE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER

From Josephine Natyas – Special to The Toronto Star – “This series of day trips and longer drives highlight experiences you can have in this province, and show you why Ontario is ‘Ours to Discover’. <A Canadian First – The Brockville Railway Tunnel – photo above.>#1) Drive from Toronto on Highway 401 to Brockville; 2) Head for downtown King Street, home to Tait’s Fresh Start restaurant; 3) Drive east for a half-hour to historic Upper Canada Village; 4) Then the outskirts of Cornwall at Long Sault and its restored heritage buildings, The Lost Villages Museum is between the city of Cornwall, and the Village of Morrisburg 5) Cornwall is known for The Riverside Trail, St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project construction; 6). Bed down at Auberge Chesley’s Inn, b&b in the heart of Cornwall; 7) Or stay overnight at Montgomery House on the edge of Upper Canada Village; 8). Drive along Highway #2 to the Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary, just past Ingleside; 9). Get back onto Highway 401 and head again for Brockville and lunch. 10). Before you know it Toronto traffic and skyline will appear on the horizon.>