BEST WESTERN PLUS Burlington Inn & Suites
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... bottom of Lake Ontario into Burlington for the last 2 nights in Canada at Joy & Bill's place. It was sooo peaceful to be back in the leafy streets of Burlington, after the chaos of Niagara Falls! Saturday afternoon, Sunday & Monday were mainly spent resting & enjoying J&B's company. It was so good to be back & spend time with them both. We watched a bit of Wimbledon. Had a ...
... cities that are extremely cosmopolitan. It also is a country of significant diversity, settled by the aboriginals 50000 to 60000 years ago, major climate differences from the desert of the outback, to the rain forest of Queensland and the temperate climates of Sydney and Melbourne. It also is a country with significant numbers of reptiles and venomous snakes as well as millions of cattle and sheep. Surprising how much beef is served in ...
... my next move, or at least try to. For all that the winter seems invincible, a white infinity, I have to work on the assumption that it will end one day, even when the falling temperature seems evidence to the contrary. The time will come when the air is again sweet, laden with the scent of blossom, fresh with rain, kind to the skin. Spring will come and with it, my departure. Time goes so unbearably fast; what once seemed a labour of forever is now puny, short, ...
... first sight of the falls is very impressive with the American Falls facing you and the Canadian falls, or horseshoe falls a little further along on the right.
The border runs from Lake Eire through the middle of the falls and through the middle of Lake Ontario.
Both countries run boat trips on the river, The Maid of the Mist belongs to the ...
... exploring by ourselves.
We had seen everything we came to see and so we headed out to our next stop, Niagara Falls. We were running low on gas and wanted to gas up before crossing the border into Canada where we know it is more money. We used our new favorite app called Gas Buddy. We found a place that was about 0.25 less a gallon for diesel on an Indian reservation just 6 miles from the border. We found out why gas, diesel and propane are ...