DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Buffalo - Amherst
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we could see a set of locks through which the ships must pass when going between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario. Quite a feat since the first canal was built 1829 and rebuilt several times since then. It is again hot(30 C) and humid so we are constantly feeling hot and sticky. I need to keep reminding myself about how far south it is here.Thank goodness there is a nice breeze when we sit outside.
We are staying at ...
... which was bustling and alive with tourists from many nations enjoying the stores, cafes and points of historical interest.
Not far from the main drag is lake Ontario with nice grass lined banks where we sat and watched the world go by..
On the way back to the B&B we stopped by a market and a wine merchant and picked up some cheeses, olives, artisan bread and a bottle of the local red..
... in the crowd. Don't really know why they felt the need to do it anyway - it's not like they turned the lights on or anything.
Back over to America (stopping for the Customs grilling on where I was going and why. On the way over the Canadian Customs guy opened with "where are you from?" "Australia." "Where are you going?" "Over there." "Why?" "To have a look." "How long will you be there?" "An hour ...
Drove from Niagara Falls to Toronto today via Niagara on the Lake with a stop at Fort George, where we saw muskets drills being practiced, fifes and drums being played, artillery shot. We toured the officers barracks with a very knowledgeable young man who told us a great story about broken dinner set, buried out back of the barracks, with 21 port bottles......... Then it was into Niagara on the Lake, a charming town, well kept and pretty. Lunch was the by lake ( Lake ...