Riverbend Inn and Vineyard
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Travel Blogs from Niagara-on-the-Lake
... of Forest Gump (the first part where he grew up, not the part where he was in Vietnam) and everywhere was flat, really flat.
FYI...toilets on overnight trains are disgusting (gag worthy).
Upon arriving in Buffalo we had a quick change at the hostel before heading out to the falls. I even braved a shower barefoot - I'm obviously becoming a real backpacker! (N).
Taking a local bus we meandered through the ghost ...
... Chief John Norton (Teyoninhokarawen) was of Scottish and Cherokee ancestry adopted by the Mohawk Chief Joseph Brant. He rose to become the principal war chief of the Six Nations of Iroquois an important ally of the British.
Enough of the history of a very interesting tour of Fort George I went overboard with the photos.
The Fort is an impressive structure of six massive ...
... to McLaughlin Marg's place) we ended up in the highway back to Toronto. Petrol is now low quarter of a tank and we are near the turn off to Niagara-on-the-Lake so we turn off there to the Petrol Station and guess what the computer is down and we can't get petrol till he reboots.
Meltdown! Meltdown! To get our sanity Richard drove next door to Tim Horton's to try one of Linda and Bob's favorite cream donuts. No my cup of tea but it passed the ...
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... tea and scones at a little tea house. We were lucky enough to be in the area for the bicentennial of the war of 1812 - when the Canadians and British were victorious in repelling the Americans. (Quite the contrast from Boston and their celebration of independance!) There had been a battlefield re-enactment the day before which we had unfortunately missed but the day we visited there was the funeral parade for General Brock who had died in the battle. It was great to see so may ...