This is the view from the balcony of our apartment that I captures yesterday. First, it was raining. Ten minutes later, the scenery magically transformed into this:
Last weekend, we decided to visit Niagara-on-the-Lake. It's a small town next to the Niagara Falls, which is called "one of the prettiest towns in Ontario". On the way there, you can stop and purchase fresh local fruits and berries. Which is exactly what we did. Having put a box of these into our car, we were submerged in the aroma of strawberries.
What tourist town can be without a horse-drawn carriage, and a friendly guide who tells exciting stories about the town?
It's not without a reason that they all this town pretty. It's a delight to walk around these streets and enjoy the original architecture and landscape design.
It's great to go out to the park, where you can enjoy the views of Lake Ontario. Together with us, a group of Canadian bikers came out to this hill, and said "Huh - it's supposed to be Yankees over there."
You can spend many hours in this town just enjoying the idyllic views.
On the central street, we happened upon a parade of Volkswagens of all the different models, types, and colours. Naturally, what I'm posting here is not the whole spectrum of what we saw.
This car and this girl are my favourite. It seems that she really developed her own and the car's image.
After these long walks in the fresh air, one tends to get a bit hungry. The best choice for me is seafood. Here, my husband douses the pasta in Parmesan. It was a mistake. The Parmesan needs to be authentic.
This is the restaurant in which we ate. When we exited, we were surprised to find this long line. I recommend it to anyone who might visit Niagara-on-the-Lake.
A little more walking around, and desserts.
The weather was threatening to turn against us all day - the sky was full of ominous clouds. This is another place we haven't risked visiting in this town. Maybe it was for the best?