Blythewood Manor Bed & Breakfast
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... jumped on yet another double decker and viewed bits of the old town and distillery districts.
We were running out of time, however, and had to leg it back to the hotel to pick up our bags before we set off on the next leg. We took a suburban Commuter train to Burlington, then hopped on to yet another Express bus, which shot down the freeway in grand prix style towards Niagara Falls. I had initially assumed that this destination was going to ...
... from the inner side at the bottom of the falls. And there is also a viewing deck right at the base of the falls. Very NOISY and VERY WET! and very informative.
Then we went on the hornblower boat ride which takes you to the foot of the falls and yes you get wet again - they do give you ponchos to wear.( these keep a few bits ...
... Still a while to go until kick off but getting a seat was the most important thing: it was the World Cup Final after all! A slightly uneventful game finished 1-0 to Germany after Extra Time, but the best team of the tournament won, which is good.
Clifton Hill was our next destination. Just up a slight hill parallel to the river, the place changed in an instant, going from naturally beautiful to incredibly tacky in jut a few steps. It was like a mini-Vegas where ...
... screen TV and two club chairs aimed at the spectacular view of both falls outside out window - 16th floor. There was a manager's reception with free drinks and nibbles on the 9th floor for 3 hours - spoilt. The falls at night are even more awesome as they light up in different colors. The whole area at night looks great with all the hotels, the Skytower and a couple of casinos, both on the Canadian side and the USA side of the river, all lit up and vying for ...
New york was demanding. It's very different from friendly states, like Ohio. I tried to stay as close to Lake Ontarion as i could because I really was looking forward to seeing Niagara Falls. For a moment, I felt like I wouldn't be able to see it because it was pouring rain, but then a man came and helped me and pointed me in the ...