Brockamour Manor (Circa 1809)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... until the sun went down. They really are amazing. Afterwards we went back up to the street and waited for the lights to go on. After a short wait the falls lit up white and then the horseshoe falls like the Canadian flag and the American falls red, white and blue. They then lit up like the rainbow. Photos don't do it justice. We then made our way slowly back. Our legs really hurt now and our hotel was way uphill. We made it and both slept very well that ...
... Roof supporters recirculate air in a place, chilling it down without resorting to switching on a central air program. They can be easy to set up and may be installed instead of your illumination fixture. Prior to deciding to make an effort to sell your property, you need to guarantee that every individual room within the property as a obvious objective. A family place must have appropriate furniture and extras, as need to an office. This ...
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We finally booked the first leg of our trip in October (Dallas, Las Vegas, and New Zealand) and for the last 6 weeks we have been go, go, go. But different than any other trips we've taken, what's been keeping us busy is leaving our lives in Toronto. We got rid of our condo and my car. We had to forward mail to parents. Jason had to worry about how his business was going to run without him physically in Toronto. The actual "trip planning" has ...
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... tea and scones at a little tea house. We were lucky enough to be in the area for the bicentennial of the war of 1812 - when the Canadians and British were victorious in repelling the Americans. (Quite the contrast from Boston and their celebration of independance!) There had been a battlefield re-enactment the day before which we had unfortunately missed but the day we visited there was the funeral parade for General Brock who had died in the battle. It was great to see so may ...