Andrea's Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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A lovely stay at a fantastic B&B. Andrea is a brilliant host providing a great room in the perfect location with a wonderful breakfast every morning.
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Saturday 12th July
The bus journey passed without any problems, only about 2 hours and rather uneventuful. When we arrived at the bus station, we followed the instructions and walked along the riverfront to Andrea's BnB. It was strange knowing that the buildings and things we could see just across the river was the USA, after spending so …
After a hearty and tasty cooked Canadian breakfast skilfully prepared by Sylvia, I took a last walk out in the snow. I walked up the road from Sylvia and Rob's cottage, taking a few photos and just taking it all in. It was such a beautiful morning, with snow over the road and all through the forest, morning sunlight making its way down through the tops of the trees and hitting the snow with a diamond like sparkle. Rob drive the ...
... plans. Sadly, our digestive processes were affected by an unsavoury incident in the hotel lobby - a young, black man swept into the hotel and harangued the staff, all Chinese origin, with tales of assault, murder, retribution, racism and sundry other outbursts. "Off his trolly", not drugs, seems to fit the bill with hindsight. He was pursued briefly by an overweight, unqualified security guard and then confronted by a young Chinese hotel worker ...
Monday morning we got up early and headed out to Niagara Falls. Traffic was light and we had no wait at the border, got a great (and expensive!) parking spot by the falls. We got on the Hornblower cruise, which is the cruise out of the Canadian side since now maid of the mist is only on the American side. And it was awesome!!! I haven't been to the falls ...
... A temporary dam was constructed to divert the flow of water to the Canadian side; the dam measured 600 feet (180 m) across and was made of nearly 30,000 tons of rock. The engineers cleared the rock debris and tested for safety, finishing the project in November of that year. Water flow was restored on November 25, 1969.
Before the late 20th century the northeastern end of the Horseshoe Falls was in the United States, flowing around the Terrapin Rocks, which ...