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... and then took us on the boat that takes you towards the Falls ( the Hornblower- formerly the Maid of the Mist) whilst you gaze at its magnificence getting soaking wet. Brilliantly, it also had a firework display and this finished off a great trip to Canada before we headed back to the hostel and slept. The next day entailed a very long train journey to NYC delayed by the outskirts of hurricane Arthur and as I write this I am entering into my 12 hour on this god forsaken ...
... day game but we got one of the last spaces in the lot we were in. Wfew! At least we're parked.
The Roberto Clemente bridge is closed to traffic on game days so we had a nice walk over and back to the stadium. I had no idea what to expect of Pittsburgh but it looked pretty nice with all the water and more than one cool looking yellow bridge.
Got inside and did our obligatory walk around the whole stadium, The people were all very friendly which is always ...
... eh American falls, and then the Canadian ones. Only then do you really get a true perspective of the power of the water.
We walked the Canadian side, and then, crossed over the bridge and the border to the US side. The US side is not half as commercialised as the Canadian side, which was surprising, and we walked through the parks to the edge of the Falls. ...
After the 4.30am start, which was quite a shock to the system, we arrived in Toronto at about 4pm. The flight was good and the views over the 100s of waterways was fantastic. The weather was pretty good, cold but dry, so we decided to utilise the Toronto public transport system. It didn't take us long before we were in completely the wrong place but we worked it out, doubled back and were on a bus to the subway station after about half an hour. ...
... t know what came first, Waterbury or Ben and Jerry's, but Waterbury is a thriving little town in the middle of nowhere that is making its trade through factory tours of a world famous ice cream company and a number of little farm style shops selling their own produce. Be warned, cider in these parts is not cider as the rest of world knows it. It's warm cloudy apple juice. You can imagine the disappointment, especially when I saw a sign ...
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