Niagara-On-The-Lake is a lovely town situated right near where the Niagara River flows into Lake Ontario. It has lots of beautiful old buildings, wide streets, and tourists. … More Niagara-On-The-Lake, ON.
I was keen to cross into Canada on another iconic bridge: Ambassador Bridge at Detroit/Windsor. … More Roadtrip! from Detroit, USA to Niagara, CA.
Pantages Theatre is one of the best known Hollywood movie theatres. You can see the Hollywood Walk of Fame stars going right along the path in front of the theatre. The Hollywood Walk of Fame stars commemorate the celebrities of the film, television, radio, and music industries. The imprints of celebrities hands and feet, and their … More Hollywood.
Santa Monica Boulevard, aka Route 66 in West Hollywood.
The old town is just beautiful. The Sandias Mountains glow pink in the sunset each night. They’re also a great vantage point for looking back over the city. The 66 Diner on the iconic Route 66 looks great and serves fantastic 60s style American food. After we got our kicks on Route 66, we ate here. … More Alberquerque, New Mexico, USA.
There weren’t any cowboys here… much to my disappointment. That’s a train station. Seriously. And so is this one… I didn’t see a Mountie in Canada, but I saw a police officer on horseback in Texas! Chuck Norris’ favourite street in Houston.
Broadway, Nashville, at night. There are more people here now than during the day. This was in the Swinging Doors Saloon. These guys were great! The Bluebird Cafe, made famous by the TV series ‘Nashville’. People were lining up to get in… and you can’t get in unless you book at least a month in … More Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
At night, the falls took on an eerie feeling that only added to their beauty and power. The city lights of Niagara Falls, Ontario, were very pretty, too. The park reminded me of Narnia, covered in glistening snow with a lamp post standing on its own. Old Falls St, Niagara, is so pretty at night.