Blythewood Manor Bed & Breakfast
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... as you approach and the towering cloud of spray is relentless. As you get closer, there are areas where the spray seemed to completely miss and then others where you got the full force straight in the face. Walking right to the very end of the falls, you get to see the crystal clear water before it tumbles over the edge, it really is difficult to describe how powerful the whole thing feels. Looking down into the river below at the boats ...
... perfect, an early lunch! Finally we get back on the road again, everyone is quiet and on iPads!! Niagara Falls, here we come!! We've crossed from Ohio into Pennsylvania, we've about 1 3/4 hours to go...... We crossed the border with no dramas at all. Customs always ask what Mitch's relationship to us is and why he's along with us. We tell them he is our employee and we've bought him along to help babysit the kids. The lady at this border crossing then grabbed the ...
... for the day. We retired back to the hotel and Rich played with the pictures that we took and I had a nap.
For dinner we walked along the main road and had a pizza. Nothing special but we were not that hungry.
We are watching the various colors of the Falls with a full moon, just spectacular. Soon there will be
fireworks, but we are betting that we can view them from our room.
... we were ready to face it after another breakfast of Tim Horton's it was down and out and about to have a look down at the falls we went down on the train that takes you from our Hotel down to the fall front we had a look around the and took some photo the number of buses arriving was amazing there were heaps there plus people going to do the walk behind the falls and the Maid of the Mist on the Canadian side, we managed to get some Rainbow shots and then decided to have a ...
... s so hard to judge how much time you should spend in some places, I could have seen everything I wanted to see in Niagara in two days, and spent another night in New York, or as I was to wish, in Quebec City. But I don't regret travelling by train to get there and back, as the journey was scenic and a nice way to relax and not feel I had to run around and see as much as I could. Niagara, glad I got to experience it, but definitely would not want to live there...too many ...