Brockamour Manor (Circa 1809)

433 King Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, L0S 1J0, Canada | 3 star b&b
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Where the Ships Climb the Mountain

A travel blog entry by luv-n-laughter

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... Timmys before we left the hub of Niagara Falls. Hopefully there will be something along the way.

The name of the road changes from River Road to Niagara Parkway. It is treed and picturesque with a lovely park and golf course. There is a lookout to view the whirlpool of the rapids on the river with a cable system in place that transports people over this point in the river. We did not purchase tickets for this as I am sure I would have had a fit two ...

The transformation

A travel blog entry by generalm

... next day, two men approached ...

Africa is a continent

A travel blog entry by fearcuairt

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... in the form of a short little summer "voluntourism" trip and the inherent bragging rights that come with it. There is no
pretense here. Bring on the elephants. (And the rest of the Big Five, too - just not the snakes. I don't want to see any snakes).

I should also make a disclaimer here. There wont be any Karen Blixen "i had a farm in Africa" type moments here; I wont be drinking champagne on a chaise while listening to Mozart or standing on a grand ...

Toronto and Niagara Falls Tour

A travel blog entry by kathypender

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... Islands Bridge Authority spent some fifteen million dollars for restoration and improvements here, and work continues annually. At the edge of the island, a monument stone triumphal arch, in the style of Arc du Triomphe, originally intended by George Boldt to be the entrance way for boats, has been fully restored.

The cruise went for about an hour and we were back at Ivy Lea by 11.30. Next stop was Kingston a 2.5 hour drive away, where ...

A wet day at the falls

A travel blog entry by lucyholliday

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... is where they give you a big yellow poncho, shove you in an elevator with 20 other people and plunge you down 30m into the side wall of the falls. You then walk out into a tunnel and theres a viewing platform where you get extremely wet and cold, or you can follow the tunnel along and theres 2 more openings which are actually behind the waterfall and its reallly loud and the water all comes in and everyone screams and runs the other way. Very ...

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    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding