A Night to Remember B&B
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... From this side you can see the flat American falls on the opposite bank as well as the Canadian horseshoe falls further upstream.
The mist that looks soft and ethereal in pictures and from a distance shows its true character when the boat drives into it. There is a moment when the light haze becomes a squall. It's like the splash at the bottom of a log flume but constant. The roar of the cascading water is ...
... his mother and the other woman was his wife; or
b) he was married to the disabled woman ( she has a big wedding band on) and the other woman was a mutual friend.
So I ask him his name - his voice is so weird, I just couldn't get it (for convenience I will call him Belvedere, the "older" lady said say it just like a butler). Ngaire being the furthest away asked what was HER name as she didn't hear. I interjected ...
Very lazy day today. The rain and wind was out so we took advantage of the conditions and had a rest day. Watched movies by the fireplace and chilled out. We decided to sample a canadian delicacy for lunch, a Beavers Tail! No it's not a real beaver's tail but a type of pastry. It can be eaten plain or with a sweet topping. I ordered the Avalanch Beaver Tail (cheesecake topping) and michael had the Triple Treat (peanut butter, m n ...
... morning at the base of the Falls. When we reached the top again we passed an outdoor area where a Elvis Presley impersonator was performing he was good entertainment.
After the Maid of the Mist we decided to walk up Clifton Hill Canada's largest entertainment complex featuring hundreds of the latest redemtion games and rides. It was like Sideshow Alley on a grand scale. Getting late now and we are a bit tired from ...
Day 4 started with an early rise to see Louina off to get her flight home to the UK. 2 very sleepy emotional wrecks exchanged goodbyes and then Lou set off to catch her SUV to JFK - very swish! I snoozed for a bit and then got up for my first day alone. Got breakfast, packed my case and backpack and then went to times square one last time, partly to see it in daytime and partly to buy something suitable for my dinner later that day. I ...