Bluecrest Bed and Breakfast
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... in all their glory right before our very eyes. The mist came up so high it went past our window. Nicole managed some fantastic photos (one hand out the window gripping her phone tightly) attached below in the hope we could share this view with you.
Having the best view EVER, we figured a picnic on the floor with takeout was a great option. After retrieving our goodies for the nights dinning we were able to set up ...
... an IMAX feature on the Falls, checked out the night Illumination of the Falls, then headed back to Buffalo for the night. We decided not to stay at Niagara Falls in case the border crossing in the morning became "extended". Interestingly we crossed back into the US in about 5 minutes, but the queue going into Canada was about 150 cars - maybe returning from work? Not sure, but would hate to miss a plane for a queue!.
... gave us the full spray. Efforts to keep the camera dry were almost in vain, as no sooner would I take the cap of the deluge would begin! Seeing the falls so close was truly spectacular. The sound alone made you appreciate the power of tons and tons of water pouring over the cliff face. We were soon blown dry however in the warm wind and, being rather tired at this point, relaxed on the grass and did the readings together, while waiting for those that had done ...
... border and to our hotel at around 7.30pm. All up it took 8 hours of driving to get to Niagara so we were happy to finally have made it. As we checked in the concierge told us that we were able to upgrade to a premium view room of the falls and a Jacuzzi for only $30 more a night. We thought why not, so we got out second upgrade of the day to go along with the car. We were not dissapointed at all once we saw the views our room had! We had a view of both ...
... a ride on the 'Maid of the Mist' where we got absolutely drenched as it takes you right up to the wall of water. Also did the 'Behind the Falls' walk, again, got very wet. Little bit about the daredevils of Niagara Falls. Apparently in 1901, a retired teacher Annie Taylor (and her cat) was the first person to conquer the falls inside a wooden barrel. Though battered and bruised, Annie made it! She expected fame and ...