Riverbend Inn and Vineyard
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... floors were wooden from years ago. We were sat in a back room where there appeared to be a working fireplace, but thankfully, it was not lit today.
Our server came over immediately and we decided on beer for lunch. Not sure what I had but it was good, same for Rich. Rich's meal was a steak and onion pie with puff pastry crust. I had the chicken and peach pie with the same crust. They came with peas and carrots and a huge amount ...
... Bridal Veil Falls and on to the Horseshoe Falls. The noise and force of the water is impressive and very wetting if your poncho is blowing up in the breeze. Next stop was the Cave of the Winds. Entry to this attraction is on Goat Island. The Upper River forks around Goat Island which creates the separation between the American/Bridal Veil Falls and Horseshoe Falls. Again a lift took us down about 50 metres to a tunnel which led us out to the riverside. This time we ...
... of a blank for us shopping wise and we hadn't brought much in the way of clothes with us! Even I ended up with some shirts & a jacket so that I could finally take off the jumper I'd pretty much lived in since we got here! Not sure how we're gunna zip our bags up now thou? Finally got back into NY bout 8:30pm, checked into our room at the Hilton Fashion District & discovered a nice little surprise out our window, a prime view of the skyline including the Empire State ...
You can easily take a day trip from Toronto to the Niagara Falls. The group tour only costs $55 and you stop at points of interest and it also includes a wine tasting. Niagara itself is of course very touristy, almost like little Las Vegas. The Falls are divided into the Canadian Horseshoe fall and the American fall on the other side of the lake. If you walk over the bridge ...
... were invented.
The people at the hotel gave us directions to get to the bar, right through Buffalo's red light district. We were fortunate to be held up in traffic by a lovely young woman (in a skin-tight white, short, dress) who was clearly making an appointment for a date. When she finished, she danced across the street, waving graciously to all the cars who were waiting to get going.
The Anchor Bar is ...