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Winery + Niagara Falls

I actually wanted to wait to post about the Niagara Falls because a friend of mine took pictures with a very good camera but I still didn’t get them and since I’ve been waiting for two weeks, I’ll post about my experience at the Niagara Falls now.

First we made a stop at a winery called Jackson-Triggs.

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Jackson-Triggs

The vineyard is about 11,5 acres big. It has three classic varietals: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Riesling. We got to taste 5 wines which made me tipsy. I’m not good at drinking and definitely not at 10.30 am without having breakfast. I liked the Chardonnay the most. The Riesling would be oké just for three sips because it’s incredibly sweet.

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And after the winery we went to the Niagara Falls:

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Nature at its best. I will say you this; when you go to the Niagara Falls, do the boat trip. I didn’t do it and I regret it. It’s 20 bucks.

You want to know a fun fact about the Niagara Falls? I’ll tell you anyways. Twelve people plunged down the Niagara Falls. The first person to conquer the falls in a barrel was Annie Taylor in 1901. She survived it. Others weren’t so lucky. In 1920 an Englishman named Charles Stephens also tried to conquer the Niagara Falls. The only thing that was left in the wooden barrel after the plunge, was his arm. It’s all a matter of timing (or stupidity).

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2 Comments

  1. Prachtig! Staat zeker ook nog op mijn lijstje 🙂

  2. Elien Wittezaele

    Ziet er fantastisch uit!! Wish I were there with you ?.

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