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Today I took a break from Toronto and headed off to Niagara Falls and Niagara on the Lake.
And (warning to Jennifer!) it's a long drop from top to bottom!
Niagara itself is a giant tourist trap, which is interesting, because the US side is supposed to be worse - yet, when I was there in 2010 I visited the Falls and didn't even see the tacky, tawdry city centre.
... now for those of you who have not been here, main streets here are filled 24/7 with cars, trucks, buses, crazy drivers and most of all, wall-to-wall taxi cabs. There wasn't anyone, no people, no cars and certainly no cabs - so what are we to do - go back to the apartment and give up? Nope, we decided to walk the 20 blocks, Bill thought it would take us about 30 minutes so we should get there in time to be picked up. Sounds like a good plan doesn't it? ...
... in hand and our blue ponchos that made everyone look like blue rubbers- we boarded the Maiden of the Mist, a boat that goes out on the water all the way close up to the American and Canadian falls. It was definitely a highlight for us both. We then walked a little further to walk behind the falls (Journey beyond the falls) and watch an animated movie on the creation of the falls (Niagara's Fury) This was followed by a ...
... by hand and typically 1 vine will provide 100ml bottle hence it is quite expensive.
We then continued onto Niagara and boarded the Maid of the Mist Cruise for a different perspective of the falls. The falls spill water from Lake Erie down into Lake Ontario on both the Canadian and US borders. We donned our bright blue raincoats and headed to the front of the top deck to get an amazing view as we headed closer and closer to the falls. Needless ...
... I took Suzie to see the falls for the first time. It was so strange being back there and seeing it again after 6 years but it was still just as amazing for me and Suzie definitely thought it was quite impressive too! We of course were big tourists and took loads of photos even though it was absolutely freezing! After seeing the falls we explored Clifton Hill, which included going into the wax museum (which was a mix of good and bad!) and playing glow in the ...
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