Niagara Parkway Court
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... on the walls of famous jumps, plunges and rescues involving the mighty falls... And no I didn't change my mind about accidentally falling in and becoming another statistic!
Next it was through another tunnel that took us out to a viewing platform right at the foot of the falls. You can't get any closer than this. The roar of water was impressive and the spray was awesome - thank god ...
... nice and relaxed.
The Falls are of course breath taking... and no picture do it justice... although mine come close!! :-)
The Main street is bit of a carnival, and mainly for familys, but worth the walk, if not for the just for the hotdogs!!
Fantastic day out and the sunset was to die for - se Niagara on the lake pics! :-)
We arrived in Toronto Friday, after spending a couple of nights in different places on the way including a delightful Bed and Breakfast in Thamesford, near London! (Ontario)
Paul was very glad to stop driving, as our GPS didn't seem to recognise Canada, as it was an American version. All of a sudden lanes would disappear.
But yesterday Joanie kindly offered to take us to Niagara Falls.
Oh man the ...
... wine. One new experience was ‘ice wine’. Made from frozen grapes that are picked in sub zero temperatures, this stuff was liquid gold. Sweet and tasty.
As we ventured around Lake Ontario we made it through to Toronto. First stop was in Islington where we checked out a stretch of road where a bunch painted murals ...
... I read that we needed to try the pierogis and the Pironti Brothers sandwich. First up were the pierogies----cheapish at $5 these cheese/potato filled ravioli-ish treats had more greasiness on them than 14 pepperoni pizzas combined. We added the grilled onions and sour cream as suggested (and our own topping of jalapenos) but nothing could cut the grease on these babies. Being a cheese filled pouch Chris counted himself out after bite one. I hate to waste food so I forced ...