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... deafening. Then over to Horseshoe falls which you sail right into the mist.
These were incredible as the boat turns to give you a better view so the waves of spray consumes the boat and all of us.
Soaking everything nothing escapes.
Did the boat trip twice awesome, the noise and the power of the water is amazing.
We followed this up with the walk under falls, which is along man made tunnels out on to ...
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.
... things that happened, we have an amazing tale to tell and I think that's what travelling the world is all about, experiencing, immersing, learning and facing challenges that you would never have in your own homeland!! Thanks for hanging on till the end of this one!!! Good night or I should say good morning, we are off to bed!!! We are in New York, we are warm, tired yes but elated we made it through the day despite everything that got thrown at us!!!
... was usually a whole $5 more than this. It was 'fine' but a little ick. We walked over to the closest restaurant and spent $60 on an OK dinner. Chris proclaimed that next time we should get a $100 hotel and eat peanut butter sandwiches for dinner...I agree.
~L (two days in a row for me so Chris did not have to describe all the high action days) :)
For the record our seats were: Section 311, Row H, Seats 17 & 18
Score: 10-1 a win for the Pirates
... whole place is cute. Let’s be an ‘extra’ in their cinematic days and sit here looking all cute amongst the cute, slurping our soup, wiping the dribbles from our chin. Shame, I don’t think we’re cut out to even be an ‘extra’ on this film set.
And then we walked to the lake, complete with old boat sailing past toward the old fort on the coast. Of course. And a gazebo suitable for weddings nestled in all ...