I’ve always wanted to live in Niagara-on-the-Lake
The beautiful houses and such an amazing community beside Niagara River, plus all the best wine vineyards and lots of supply of Ice Wine, who wouldn’t want to live here?
It’s always nice to plan a getaway here every chance I get. So one morning We woke up at 6am packed our bag and drove from Downtown Toronto – Niagara, It only took us an hour or so to get here because of no traffic. Of Course I wouldn’t survive the ride without the best spotify playlist of christmas music( trying to get my holiday spirit really early as you can tell.
(Please keep on playing Mariah Carey’s All I want for christmas is you..)
We arrived around 8am and starving as we are, we headed straight to Sunset grill At the historic old town, You can never go wrong to an all day breakfast favorite!
2 over-easy eggs and the classic crispy hashbrowns.
Lots of heinz…
Coffee for the MR. as you all probably know already I am not a coffee drinker but sometimes I do (strictly for instagram purposes only) lol
Corned beef for to share but mostly the MR. gets them all. haha
Love when I dip my rye bread with it. YUM!
After breakfast we decided to walk around the area. It was such a beautiful day even tho it was cold out. It wasn’t bad at all when you’re under the sun.
We found so many trinkets around here. I couldn’t resist but buy a thing or two for christmas decors.
This place is absolute Instagram worthy! wherever you look is so picturesque
cute little tea shop and bakery too is in the area along Queen St.
I really love this scarfed poncho, for only $15.16! You can never go wrong!
If only I can move in to one of the Inns here I will.
Or maybe I should?!
After breakfast and spending few hours here we decided it was time to go back to the city, I can’t wait to be back and maybe stay couple of nights at one of the Bed & breakfast place and visit the vineyards. Any recommendation on which Bed & breakfast I should check out in Ontario?