Remember when I said that I had decided to stay off the highway and take the long scenic route back? Well, it was worth the payoff when we drove by a huge rose farm.
If you choose to go off the highway, you might find some interesting sights.
This is an iconic place to visit. As the oldest and best preserved 19th century town in Ontario, it’s a place full of history.
Start where you want, and drive all the way to the other end.
Exploring the waterfalls of Ontario is my goal, and obviously you can’t ignore the big pink elephant in the room: Niagara Falls.
In full view of the Peace Bridge stands the monument to Alonzo Clark Mather. The architect and dreamer of the Peace bridge.
After a much earned meal, a visit to the beach was a must.
Beautiful Morningstar Mill, originally built in 1872, overlooks the plunging Decew Falls. It’s am impressive sight, but you have to put in the work to see it.
In the middle of industrial north Etobicoke sits a stunning Hindu temple that looks like a taste of the Taj Mahal here in modern Toronto.
After a stop at the Lavender Farm and a walk around their delightful fields…