Jackson Triggs and Niagara Falls revisited

Another wonders of the world – Niagara Falls.  If you are a follower of my blog, you probably remember I went there with a few of my friends last month to see the Winter Festival of Lights, you can find that post here “Niagara Falls Weekend 2012”.  Most of the times my friends would drive when we travel to places which require long driving hours but this time, I had to be the host for my guest.  You might ask, why?  very simple, because I have no patience driving long hours 😛  And to be safe, I booked a hotel there so we could stay a night then drive back the next day 😛

Our first stop of the day was Jackson Triggs – Jackson-Triggs is a blend of  founders’ names Allan Jackson and Don Triggs, who established the winery in 1993.  I also went there once a long time ago, but this time I had a super cool digital camera with me, hehe  Anyways, the wine tour was great, though all the grapes died out already because of the cold weather but a look inside the machines and barrels was awesome!!!  I also bought a few wines that are not sold in LCBO too, perfect as X’mas gifts, hehe.

Second stop of the day was Niagara Falls – wonders of the world again 😛  The weather was a lot better than I expected, consider I was there a month ago, it was FREEZING… but surprisingly it wasn’t that bad this time, we could actually stay outside for a couple of hours near the falls and the main area, finally got a chance to really walk around in details and of course, tons of pictures were taken 😀  Had our dinner at one of the Montana’s – yet, another famous chain restaurant in Toronto, don’t think I need to say much about it here 😛  Anyways, it was really fun hanging out in bars, D&B and bars again the whole night 😛

More photos of the whole album on my facebook link here http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151326100620211.522211.689775210&type=1&l=aaf259f425

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