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Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
... land cut in two". Explorer Champlain - I know you remember him, he's the one that ran aground near Bar Harbor, ME. He described fascinating falls in his journals. Several early pioneers built small canals to power a lumber mill and later widened the canal to build a grist mill.
New York Central Railroad touted Niagara Falls as a destination for tourists and honeymooners and became quite prosperous ...
... battle took place. At the top of this small hill is the Brock Monument. Brock was the British General who died leading his forces to victory. Again, he is one of the most famous historic Canadians, but I have to say before this trip I had never heard of him – and I really like military history. American learning of the War of 1812 is only about 1) USS Constitution, 2) Star Spangled Banner, 3) Burning of Washington, 4) Battle of New Orleans. But right as we got to the top we got a ...
... 39;Times New Roman'; font-size: small; line-height: normal; ">Our final stop on the way back to Toronto is at the Pilliteri Vineyard. This area is famous for its ice wine, which is produced by harvesting the grapes in January when the temperature has fallen to minus 17. This means the sugar in the grapes intensifies and creates a very sweet dessert wine. There are over 100 vineyards in the region and the Pilliteri vineyard alone accounts for 20% of the world's ...
... at Lyon House B&B. Only three bedrooms - but sumptuously appointed and great hosts in Howie and Yolanta. The breakfast was the best Eggs Benedict I have ever had - simply wonderful. Freshly squeezed orange juice, great coffee and freshly made scones. Simply top class. Many thanks to Dan & Laurie for a superb weekend - great ...
... water is immense, and the speed of the water makes the water whizzing by the openings look like a white curtain. You can almost feel the sheer amount of power behind the force of the water.
Waiting in the gift shop areas on new (to me) upper level of the visitors centre, you can hear ‘Niagaras Fury’, feel the vibrations through the floor, and wonder what the hell you’re getting yourself into... especially as there ...
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking