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Youngstown New York: Old Fort Niagara

Old Fort Niagara by Miel Laquindanum

Quick history trivia! The history of Old Fort Niagara spans more than 300 years. During the colonial wars in North America a fort at the mouth of the Niagara River was vital, for it controlled access to the Great Lakes and the westward route to the heartland of the continent. And that’s just the top of the iceberg. I wish I’d like to elaborate more of its history but I fell asleep half through the discussion becuase I woke up pretty early that day. Lol

Travelling to Boston, we made a few stops along the way. First on the list is Old Fort Niagara! We stayed there for snacks and a good half an hour touring around old and dusty houses. Not sarcastic here! Lol.

Old fort Niagara of Caramielrush by Miel LaquidanumThey have the best parks in America! Philippines should step up.

Old fort Niagara of Caramielrush by Miel LaquidanumI reckon that’s cherry blossoms. Mmm

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The Great Lake connecting straits form a continuous body of water from the Atlantic Ocean to the center of the North American continent.

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Sure! I made wishes from this dandelion. 

Old fort Niagara of Caramielrush by Miel Laquidanum

This place brought me back to the past in a jiffy!

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One of the few old houses that military men live during the time.

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The French Castle.

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He shot a sack meters away from him! It was pretty cool.

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Ajumma feeding this stray kitten. Lol

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Mommy insisting to have a photo… Love you Mum! 

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6 Comments

  • Reply
    Sai
    November 28, 2016 at 2:44 am

    Love the Ajumma!

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    Richel V.
    November 29, 2016 at 8:12 am

    Seems our definition of parks are so different. They have so pretty ones in New York!! I don’t even like visiting our parks that much. It’s like Luneta’s one of the few worth visiting. lol.

    xx, Richel Goes Places

    • Reply
      Miel Laquindanum
      November 29, 2016 at 9:02 am

      That is so true! Thanks for Visiting Richel 🙂✨

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    Renz Bulseco
    December 1, 2016 at 10:32 pm

    “I wish I’d like to elaborate more of its history but I fell asleep half through the discussion becuase I woke up pretty early that day. Lol”

    — Saba Miel wrong spelling imong ‘beautiful’. HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHA Pero on a serious note, lami mag photoshoot dira ba. Nindot siguro tingali pag fall kay ang foliage. Waaaaaa <3

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