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... pointed out we could probably walk to the hotel and back twice whilst we waited, but I like to be sure!! Wandered round the corner n found a Starbucks for our morning pick me up and waited for the bus. Like 2 kids (well me anyway) we got first in line and went straight to the top deck at the front :-) the journey was a little over 2 hrs and the majority of it was skirting around a very frozen Lake Ontario. ...
... out most of the State Park, mum suggested doing the Cave of the Winds which sounded cool. Some diplomatic discussion ensued consisting of a lot of 'I don't minds', before I got fed up and made everyone respond with either a yes or a no. Decision made.
So we got tickets, got sandals, got ponchos, and headed down. Then we got wet! Absolutely amazing experience. Just so good. You walk down the side of the American Falls and get right up close to the ...
... ve been avoiding the Interstates, which we try to do whenever we can and, as in the past, that's worked out very well. We've been staying close to the Lake Erie shore the last two days. The homes along the shoreline reminded us of what you would see along the Lake Michigan shore around the New Buffalo area and along Michigan's Red Arrow Highway. A stop for lunch Tuesday put us in Ripley, New York, the VERY first town you ...
We arrived by plane in Buffalo, after a long full day flight from San Fransisco to Philadelphia and on to Buffalo. We were quoted 120 dollars for transfer by shuttle to Niagara Falls, New York about 45 mins away, but chose to take the no 24 public bus instead, which was waiting right outside the terminal. This dropped us at a change over terminal along the way, changing to a number 40 bus, which landed us near the rainbow bridge to Canada, about 1 hr 15 min after leaving ...
... Falls (which is on the Canadian side).
We started our day here on The Maid of the Mist. The boat holds 500 blue-ponchoed people, and it must have been peak time as we had to wait for a second boat. The boat slowly motors from below the American falls into the centre of the Canadian horseshoe-shaped falls. You picture a light mist wafting across the boat, but it was more like torrential rain as you see in the video and we and our cameras all came out a bit ...