Moffat Inn

60 Picton St., Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, L0S 1J0, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Niagara-on-the-Lake

Toronto Eh?

A travel blog entry by kiaramichelle


... beer! The next morning feeling a little rough, we vowed to not have full nights of beer drinking again! We went to check out China Town first, we had a look around and went for an early lunch at an all day dim sum place, Yum Cha. The food was amazing and we were super satisfied. The rest of the day was spent walking around the city and we went on an afternoon boat ride around the Toronto Islands. The islands are only ...

Thousand Island Breakfast

A travel blog entry by curryinahurry


... tower was completed 10 years after the games. In 2002 Montreal finally finished paying off the loan on the money it had borrowed in order to finance the event. The Olympic site which is well past it's sell by date appears to be getting a face lift, and is slowly being turned into several attractions aimed at the family market.
We had dinner in the old part of Montreal, then sat in the square in front of Notre ...

A little bit of Toronto's all I need...

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies

... morally dubious in actuality but whatever. This is the first one I've been sent though I signed on quite a few months back. Despite the hostel giving walking instructions it took well over half an hour's swift yomp to get there. With 20kg's on my back in temperatures touching the late twenties, needless to say I was a sweaty irritated mess. Matters weren't improved by a keypad locked door, and a slow to respond owner who reeked of indifference. And the card machine didn't work so ...

Waterfalls of Hamilton

A travel blog entry by ahartry


... stone bridge nearby. The walk was about 2km round trip, and we enjoyed the visit. I will note it costs $10 to park, no matter how long one stays, which seemed a little pricey.

Our next stop (after a break to check email again) was the Eremosa Karst (a karst being a geological feature created by water dissolving rock such as limestone). We viewed small entrances to caves, blind valleys, dry valleys, and sinkholes. It was interesting, at a small scale, and ...


A travel blog entry by amanda.gwillim


This morning was a nice little sleep in, then get up and headed to the Ferry Terminal to go across to Toronto Centre Island, we had to wait in line for about 30minutes and then the ride took 10 minutes till we where in the island, where we walked to the opposite side of the island to hire a bike. It was $8 an Hour not so bad really! The bikes where crazy! No brakes apart from pedal backwards and that's when ...

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