The Red Coat

Address: 5 Front Street South, Queenston, Ontario, L0S 1L0 , Canada | Inn
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This inn, located on 5 Front Street South, Queenston, is near Brock's Monument, Artpark, Queenston Heights Park, and Laura Secord Homestead.
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    Travel Blogs from Queenston

    Gosh Dang it...Mom was Right Again

    A travel blog entry by meredithlee on Jul 26, 2015


    ... town life. What would I do with myself? Who would I spend my days with? The hard working women of Stevensville laboured full-time outside their homes and then full-time again at night raising their families and keeping their lives in order.

    Yep, small towns were not for me. Shanghai had confirmed that.

    Oh mom knew what she was talking about....
    Then something happened. I fell in love again. This time with ...

    The Benefits Made Available From Registered Education Savings Plan

    A travel blog entry by investingi157 on May 19, 15

    ... other members of the family, friends, the Canada Education Savings Grant, the Canada Learning Bond, etc. Contributions created by the government corporations described are free income which will get straight into the RESP finances of the children.

    While RESP is a superb solution to secure the future of one's kids exclusively when they achieve to higher education, it's crucial ...

    Day Five - Niagara Falls

    A travel blog entry by katehoy on Aug 14, 2014

    4 photos

    ... with $8. Then lost $5 more on the slot machines. Debbie doubled her $5 bet on the roulette machine (she didn't end up playing blackjack). Mark lost his $5 on the slots. We started with $5 on the slots, it all looked to be going badly, then I hit the button in frustration I think and we went back up to $6.75 and cashed out quick! I also 'found' $1.36 - credit that had been left in machines that I printed ...

    View from above..

    A travel blog entry by pandcjs_travels on Jun 19, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... the Hydro station... bit bland... a wall of concrete.
    All the activity goes on below...

    Another forced route march until it decided I was in a suitable state of collapse and permitted another bus ride..
    This time to the top of the Canadian falls.

    Well known fact.. CJ does not do heights.. Time for payback :)
    This tower has ...

    Niagara Falls by day

    A travel blog entry by paulandkaren on Aug 12, 2013

    2 comments, 34 photos

    ... br>
    We head home to shower and change and then head back into Niagara Falls for dinner at Skylon Tower which revolves so you can see the Falls while you dine - how lovely. To get to the top of the Tower you ride in a lift on the outside of the tower so you can see the Falls - quite an experience.

    We started with a bottle of Moet Champagne and I tried escargot for the first time - lovely with the garlic butter ...