London, Ontario and more adventures

With Thanksgiving holiday just around the corner, I can’t even begin to say all the people and things I’m grateful for. My children make my world go around every single day. My family has been my support for many years and I couldn’t do a lot without their encouragement.

You will see a few things on this post. One day mom and I walked across the the Rainbow Bridge and the next day we drove across the Rainbow Bridge from the US to Canada. I’ve never gone back and forth between countries so easily by foot and car. It was nerve-wrecking and exciting all at the same time. 🙂

I was excited to do something completely different and not planned. While in Buffalo, NY, I searched for directions online to drive to London, Ontario. I took screenshots just in case once across the border and my dear cell phone provider wouldn’t allow me to navigate in real-time. Nothing wrong with being overly cautions when going to a different country.

So, I understand Tim Hortons is Canada’s baby. Everyone supports the business and swears by the coffee and pastries. Kind of like Dunkin (Dunkin Donuts in the US). So of course, I had to give it a try. It was delicious, but most importantly, I had the opportunity to experience all of this with mom.

I would share a picture with mom, but she doesn’t like the internet (sorry all). So I respect her wishes :).

I bought Tim Horton’s coffee to brew back at home because I do drink coffee. I love the idea of coming home and having something to remind me of the places I’ve visited.

After our quick adventure in London, Ontario, we returned to Niagara Falls, Canada to see the the falls at night. It was spectacular! We ended up walking into the Diwali Festival (Festival of Lights) being celebrated just across the Niagara Falls. It was beautiful to see so many people together celebrating.

This will be a trip I will definitely not forget.

Niagara Falls, Canada

Niagara Falls, Canada

Niagara Falls, Canada

Niagara Falls, Canada

Niagara Falls, Canada

Niagara Falls, Canada

What are you grateful for?

Have you had the opportunity to share a travel experience with a loved one and how did that make you feel?




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