Li-Li Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... get wet from the mist from the falls, and before long we are running for cover in doors as we are drenched where are ponchos don't cover and we can't see as the water is stinging our eyes. It was also very loud. We stay on the lower deck and get the rest of our views from there. Many do the same. It is amazing how powerful the water is coming over the falls, you really can't see much up close. It's a short cruise back and everyone ...
... a white out - but you definitely felt the thunder of the falls.
4) This one was actually a freebie - from our floor to ceiling windows in our hotel room we had the perfect view of the fireworks and illuminations of the falls. Cameron stayed up late in his pyjamas with us and we drank our delicious blanc de blanc sparkling wine from Finger Lakes whilst watching some pretty good fireworks.
We were really impressed with the falls, but perhaps ...
... and crisp, windy fall weather. I found a dog park on the shores of Lake Erie, right off the exit to the Peace Bridge where we were going to cross into Canada. It was 'Husky Sunday', a regular meetup apparently, so there were lots of big dogs for Addie to wrestle with.
After crossing into Ontario, I drove up the Niagara Parkway, which follows right along the edge of the Niagara River all the way to Lake Ontario. ...
... we could get petrol $136.9 drove back to Pat's Country Home and it was now ready. Paid for four nights the unit is like a little home really lovely.
They are a lovely couple we quickly settled in and it is still raining had a shower (washed my hair) changed in our Jammie's and we now feel human. Got on the computer checked emails tried to get up to date with things. Phyllis and John Skyped they were a bit worried as we had been off the air ...
... then just as it tumbled over the edge of the cliff with a mighty roar, it turned a beautiful aquamarine, before plunging into a cloud of white spray over 165 feet below. It was a sunny day and rainbows appeared frequently, giving me what would turn out to be the best photo opportunities in my entire time there. You can see all the photos and guidebooks that you want before you get there, but I don't think anything can really prepare you for their power and beauty. ...