I suppose it's the very first NUCCA office since it's the office of the man who developed the technique, I just never thought of it like that before. It's a quaint little building behind a house that Dr. Ralph Gregory once lived in. We pulled up the closest corner, I hopped out of the RV and snapped a quick picture before we moved on. I just felt like I should at least get a glimpse of the office while we were so close. Currently 2 NUCCA doctors who were mentored by Dr. Gregory are still practicing there. Nice piece of history that is particulary important to me, since NUCCA saved my life.
Finally, we reached our destination and made it to the Embassy Suites where we will be parking our RV and sleeping in real beds for the next two nights – yeah! When we checked in at the hotel, they offered us an upgrade to one of their presidential suites for $80/night extra. We decided to go ahead and splurge since they described it so nicely and since we have no idea how much $80 is in this funny Canadian money! I think it’s about $75 USD, but who knows? Anyway, since
We had dinner at Tony Roma’s which was fine and then Kyrie and Jacob headed back to the room while the rest of us ended up taking a long walk to the falls. Looking out of the hotel window it appeared that getting to the falls would be very easy since it is right there, but getting down there with a stroller required walking many blocks north before I could get to a road that would take us down to the falls area. Eventually we made it and had a good time along the way. By the time we got back Zoe was sleeping and we were all ready for bed.