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Travel Blogs from Niagara-on-the-Lake
... Motors complex right on the St. Clair River was the most impressive sight for sure. If Detroit finds its way, it will again be a beautiful, hapenning city.
I kept thinking back two hundred years. Exactly 200 years ago Detroit was the epicenter of the War of 1812 between the young U.S. and their British-Canadian neighbors.
The U.S. lost Detroit in 1812 due to a brilliant bluff by British commander Sir Isaac Brock and his ally, a Shawnee ...
... were just about perfect; the meat was falling off the bone! I also share a plate of Buffalo wings with Dan. It had to be done! We are only about half an hour away from Buffalo, NY, the place where the wings were created. To drink: Johnny Walker Black and Coke. This is much more my standard fare. I’ve had too many cocktails lately. Still, might have to have something smaller tomorrow night.
After a very delicious dinner, we head back to the State ...
It's been another spectacular day in Southern Ontario. The weather today was even better than yesterday. The high was 75 degress, perfect temperature!
Today started with Dan, Ginger and Harrison surprising Donna with a breakfast of coffee and donuts. They came from Tim Horton's, a big Canadian chain that seems to be a cross between Starbucks and McDonalds. Yummy donuts though.
Ginger and Harrison's birthday gift to Donna was ...
... I have learned a lot while here, gained perspective on New Zealand, and found out the good and the bad of the USA.
The good: convenience, entertainment injected into everything, friendly people, cheap beer and the combination of huge cities and natural beauty.
The bad: sales tax not included in prices, one cent coins, buses, hobos, people who work at Subway sandwiches and Albany.
Also I guess I found out a lot about travelling in general, knowledge that can ...
... it rained on us, it snowed on us. It was pretty cool.
We took the people mover back to our B&B and took a nice nap. After that, we went back down to the falls and found a nice resturant for dinner. There was a band playing 70's rock in the park next door. At 9;00 they turned on huge lights on the falls. At 10;00 they had a fireworks show over ...