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I’m not shy about my love for Canada. I’ve lived here most of my life, and I’ve been to every province except Nunavut (which is fine). But recently, while on a road trip through Montana, Idaho and British Columbia, I made a stop in one particular town that’s stuck with me. It wasn’t only because the architecture was interesting or that the people were friendly—it was also because it felt like an entirely different country than any other place I’d visited before.

The people and the food.

Homemade Mexican Chorizo Queso Oaxaca Dip
  1. The food is fresh and local.
  2. The people are very friendly.
  3. The food is unique and delicious, with a slightly different take on Mexican cuisine than what you’re used to in the States.

The food is unique and delicious, with a slightly different take on Mexican cuisine than what you’re used to in the States.

Canada is very close.

The village is located in a great location, as it’s only a few hours away from Canada. If you’re looking to head north into Canada, or just see some other places while you’re in the area, then this tiny village is an easy place to get your feet wet.

There are plenty of great attractions nearby that make it easy to spend time exploring the area and really getting to know what this part of New York has to offer.

The hotel was charming.

The hotel was small and intimate, with a total of 25 rooms. It was clean, comfortable, and had a great service. The staff was incredibly friendly!

The location is perfect too! Just steps from the beach and close to several restaurants and shops.

Aerial view of beautiful hotel on the water in ocean at sunset
Aerial view of beautiful hotel on the water in ocean at sunset

The food is fresh and local.

The food is fresh and local.

The restaurants in this tiny village serve up some of the best food I’ve ever had. The cuisine is cheap, delicious, healthy and plentiful.

In addition to being a hub for great eats, it has an eclectic mix of different types of food available on any given day: from Greek gyros to burritos to home-cooked meals prepared by your hostel owner (if you stay in one). Plus there are a variety of different styles: Greek tavernas serving traditional mezes or hole-in-the wall spots where you can enjoy authentic Mexican tacos just as much as gyros or falafel wraps

The architecture is pretty cool.

The architecture in the village is a mix of traditional and modern styles. This can be seen in the homes, which are built with stone, wood, and clay bricks from the local area. Many of these traditional materials were used to build houses before they started being replaced by concrete or brick structures in the 1960s. The post office building is also a good example of this blend between old and new since it was built with modern materials but has a traditional design.

The architecture reflects the history of its residents: many people moved here from other countries during World War II because it was safer than their home towns due to their distance from enemy territory; some came looking for work on farms; others just wanted something different after living through difficult times at home during those years.,

In addition to its history, this village’s architecture also reflects its geography – namely that it sits right next door (literally) but feels like another world compared with larger nearby cities like San Francisco or Los Angeles!

Traditional Old Architecture Cityscape In Historic District Of T
Traditional Old Architecture Cityscape In Historic District Of T

It’s a beautiful village, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a unique place to visit.

If you’re looking for a place with an incredible view to relax, this is the place. It’s a great spot to stay and eat, shop, or just watch the sunset.

Conclusion

All in all, I would definitely recommend going to Fort Erie if you have the time. The people are very friendly and welcoming, the food is delicious, and it’s a beautiful spot on Lake Erie with plenty of history to explore.