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08-19-2010, 11:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Chainshot View Post
Obviously St. Catherines and Niagara Falls would be the shortest. The Burl-Oak area would be an hour, maybe a touch more, particularly if you get jacked up by the 403/QE split where sometimes traffic can be rough coming south over the bridge but it's usually pretty smooth there, even at 5:00 p.m. in my experience. I'm usually going the other way thinking "so that's what moving traffic looks like!".

Kitchener-Waterloo/Cambridge area is a solid 2 hours given traffic and border. I've done it in less, but I have to admit that I regularly abuse Canadian speed limits. Highway 6 also isn't the best for speed freaks -- it's pretty much throttle controlled due to traffic levels let alone OPP.
Hmmm, so, Kitchener-Waterloo/Cambridge and season tickets might not be realistic given that drive, particularily on a weekday after work. That might be more mini-pack territory.

Burlington/Oak or St. Catharines/Niagara would definitely be season ticket possibilities.

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