Arnica Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... If the tub or sink are not in good condition, replace them right away. If you currently have linoleum flooring, replace it with tile.
When you see something that's broken, fix it immediately. You may think that a problem is so small that it won't bother you. You don't want to give into this impulse. Systems within your home are connected, which means damage can often spread quickly. This may occur more rapidly than you expect.
Safety, mobility and accessibility all need ...
... and the skies opened up again. When it rains here it can be a real down pour. Luckily it didn't last too long.
We woke to a beautiful day, not a cloud in the sky and warm temperatures. Our plan to leave the Hornblower river cruise until today was the right decision. We bought our tickets, and because the holiday weekend was over we could walk directly onto the boat and it was only half full. ...
... selling food, drink and souvenirs on the ice bridge. There was also a short movie at the centre which was a bit ho-hum. The last attraction was the Aquarium of Niagara which is home to more than 1500 aquatic species that represent ecosystems from the Great Lakes to coral reefs. There were numerous tanks with different fish displayed, some poison dart frogs (black and yellow, black and blue and black and green - if I hadn't seen them moving I would have thought they were ...
... the Americans tented in the fort.
It was a long morning and time for lunch so we had lunch at the Fort with all the other tourists then off to Niagara-on-the-Lake. Drove down the main street this is now a tourist town with lots of expensive clothes, food shops and restaurants (took a video of both sides) then drove down to Ryerson Park on Lake Ontario to see Fort Niagara in ...
... and as such couldn't get a good spot on the crowded top deck but that worked to my advantage as I could move around the bottom deck and have a gander from different angles rather than being fixed to the spot. I'd expected a bit of a soaking and had packed accordingly. I had flip flops, a spare t-shirt, a towel and a raincoat but none of them were necessary. We were provided ponchos and if you stayed away from the front of the boat at the right times you ...