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... a dear friend and someone to whom I can communicate with just a look, Charlotte was headed back home to England. I then took a train and a bus to Niagara Falls to stay with my other friend from camp, Lindsay and her parents.
I had a great time in Niagara Falls and felt very welcome. We spent the next morning hiking around the Niagara Glen Nature Reserve. This is very much a number of bush tracks that go around the whirl pool which is where the ...
... Canal which goes from Lake Ontario through to Lake Erie.
As the rain eased we though we might go to Niagara-on-the-Lake stopped at the Information Centre for brochures bought a Adventure Pass to four attractions Journey beyond the Falls, Niagara Fury short movie, Maid of the Mist and Whit Water Walk. While there took some money out of the ATM as where we are going to stay (Pat's Country Home) she wants cash.
Seeing it won't stop ...
... the fidgets at bay when on our long trips especially yesterday and for some of today. By the time we have had enough, we are stopping at the next stop. We grabbed a brew at Tim Horton's which is Dunkin Donuts trading name in Canada. I got mine with a raspberry shot which was something I tried in Kuwait, it was really nice. I am also going to buy a neck rest, the seats are not designed to support your head and neck especially when you nod off. I ...
... up to the upper deck and positioned myself just in front of the wheel-house on the bow.
The boat starts off at a calm part of the Niagara River, near the Rainbow Bridge, and travels past the Niagara Falls (sometimes called the America Falls) and Bridal Veil Falls, then heads into the dense mist of spray inside the curve of the Horseshoe Falls, also known as the Canadian Falls. Now this bit was awesome as we were buffeted by the sheer volume or water surging ...
The real reason for visiting this part of the world, of course, was to see Niagara Falls. Wow. You can't really explain to someone who hasn't seen it just what it's like. Yes, it's a huge waterfall, a couple, in fact. But the sheer power you feel standing near the falls is breathtaking.
We first crossed the border and went to the Canadian side to check out Horseshoe Falls. The Canadians have a really nice visitor center and some paid attractions, like ...