Brockamour Manor (Circa 1809)
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Travel Blogs from Niagara-on-the-Lake
... 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 ...
... second story bench to look at everything. When we got out into the middle of our crossing we looked north towards the larger part of the lake where it met the horizon. It was just like the ocean except for a tiny little cluster of trees that looked a little like an optical illusion floating above the lake. It is crazy to me that there are fresh bodies of water that big.
The drive we had that morning was beautiful. We were on two lane highways that cut through ...
... and were contemplating eating in the Skylon Tower with the revolving dining room. We figured both would be expensive, but decided we would treat ourselves. We were walking through the parking lot for the Skylon Tower and noticed that they had an early dinner special. Since we were trying to eat dinner and finish up before the Phillies game we figured this would work out great. We headed in and discussed if we were falling for a really bad tourist trap. We figured ...
... 8217;re on holidays, and its go, go, go, it’s nice to just stop and enjoy the moment. Something we’ll never forget! (Note: Aimee was reading this section, and looked at me with a weird look on her face and said “sounds a bit churchy” – so I decided to leave it in for a joke).
After the caves, we met up with Marcia, Richard, Morgan and Myles, Candice, Richard, Justus and Jayde, ...
... falls and the Canadian Horseshoe falls. Which is the better falls, defiantly the Horse shoe falls. The Canadian side of the falls has the best view of the falls as you are able to walk right up to the edge and watch the water cascade of the edge. Its something that is hard to put into words. You can take photo after photo but with out being there and experiencing the true magnitude of Niagara Falls its hard to create a true feel for it.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking