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Niagara falls-Chicago America is big ! Ok nothing new but
still is when you sit down and put in your GPS your route that you
realise that the next three weeks are going to teach you something :
patience and imagination.
Patience because the easy way is to
take the interstate but like any others countries, the landscape
seems to melt to a green ocean with little oasis and boxes with a lot
of masts of ...
... were the grandchildren? The park had excellent facilities for children's entertainment and all inclusive in the camping fee. The camp was ideal for us as well as there were excellent facilities (not that we use many of them) including a shuttle bus to the Falls area which we used each day. The fare for two adults (children were free anyway) on the shuttle was less than the lowest parking rate near the falls. I am sure that here is no need for me to explain the falls. They ...
We spent a whole day at the Falls, having bought a tour ticket that covered the Cave of the Wind, Maid of the Mist (a boat ride that went right up to the base of the Horseshoe Falls), Three Sisters Island, the observation deck, Prospect Point, and Terrapin Point. It lasted over 4 hours, and was conducted by a very gregarious tour guide, ...
... I assumed, Niagara Falls was a very touristy town. Surprisingly, we parked, entered Niagara State Park and viewed the falls, all for free. There were a few observation decks to view the falls crashing down. The Niagara River connects Lake Erie to Lake Ontario with Niagara Falls separating the two great lakes. We could see the water vapor billowing from the bottom of the massive falls hundreds of feet upward into the air in a massive vapor cloud. It is hard to imagine ...
... operating establishments in Ontario, if not in all of Canada. The place dates from the late 1700s and was damaged during the "American Invasion." But, again, despite us being citizens of the country that once tried to take the town, we felt more than welcome and enjoyed a great dinner. Niagara On The Lake is well worth a visit if you're going to Niagara Falls. It's not far from the Falls and the road that takes ...