On the edge of Niagara Falls (Canadian border)

We ended our trip just after the Canadian border at Fort George. After many residential areas, we are arrived in a small town Niagara on the Lake. 

Fort-George is historic military structure at Niagara on the Lake, that was the scene of several battles during the War of 1812. The fortification was used by the Canadian Army as a military training base during the First World War and through the Second World War under the name Camp Niagara. 

The grounds were eventually abandoned by the military in 1965. For more information, click hereThe surrounding region enjoys a comparatively mild climate thanks to the adjoining lakes, and excellent soil for fruit production, for which it has become one of Canada's centres. The city is very floral and has a place where we must live peacefully.

On the road, we stopped at Lake Ontario, which is more like an ocean, because of waves which are impressive. Far away, we could see Toronto, but it's a shame, it was raining!

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