Riverbend Inn and Vineyard
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... a 300ft drop to the Niagara River.
What a lot of history today nice to be back in a cool house we both showered I washed my hair and thank god the chicken legs and rice only need reheating. Cooked the juicy corn and veggies and we had another lovely dinner. Richard pigged out on the pineapple while I caught up with the photos and blog. Phyllis and John Skyped to say the alarm ...
We had a lovely drive to Canada it wasn't too hot which was great for traveling.
Found our hotel easy enough then went to the Falls. After finding a park!,, we walked all around the falls what an incredible place before I new it it was 7.30 and we hadn't had tea, so found a ...
... The Alchemist told them who he ...
... an hour he had me convinced to stay an extra day! I then headed out again for another walk around before I met up with two English girls who were staying there, and we went out for dinner at a local pub removed from the tourist area. It was quite a good pub and they brewed their own beer so we tried a 'tasting flight' of 4 small glasses of beer for $5.50, definately the way to go. I am certainly getting a taste for a the pumpkin beer!
The next morning Patrick organised a ...
... Falls. We crossed into Canada at the Lewiston bridge. Had no trouble crossing the boarder, which is in the middle of the Lewiston Bridge. We all noticed that the Boarder Agent was wearing a bullet proof vest. It rattled us a little, so much so that Ginger and Harrison forgot where they were from. But the Boarder Agent laughed, so she clearly saw that we were no danger.
Ginger and Harrison booked ...