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... just a little town. This place was buzzing like Vegas – though it was a holiday long weekend so that would explain a lot of it. There were beautiful gardens in front of the hotel so we walked through them and found the Hornblower Cruises – the Canadian equivalent of Maid of the Mist. We bought our tickets and proceeded down to the water side and donned our pink ponchos. Canadian side have pink and the US side have ...
... we should have shared. A little bit more retail therapy, and than off for our cruise. We are all rugged up again in our down jackets, beanies and gloves, it's not much warmer than the day before. We are given another disposable poncho and hop on board the Horn-blower. We get great spots up on top and first up we get close to the American and bridal vale falls before heading to the horseshoe falls. Before we get much further we ...
... of the commerce that has grown up around it Cameron did ask early on 'When do they turn the Falls off?'
When we scooted back over the border early on Friday morning, the border guard asked if we had bought anything in Canada - meaning alcohol or tobacco. As Eric said 'No' Cameron piped up from the back seat as we were in the process of winding up the window and the guard still in earshot: 'We bought two postcards!!'. Eric pushed down on the accelerator.
... go up. So the lady was telling us the truth! The free pass saved us around $22 so was very good. IF we had not got the pass we probably wouldn’t have gone up the Skylon Tower. So we got some good photos from the top of the tower and the surrounding area. We were impressed to be able to just make out Toronto on the opposite side of Lake Ontario.
We ended our time in Niagara Falls in Tim Hortons of course! Until our next blog ...
... the adults feel included. The pavements were thick with people, traffic crawled between game parlours, takeaway joints, dodgy looking nightclubs, souvenir stores and more tacky, brightly neon lit attractions than even a kid at a carnival could wish for. I use "attractions" in an ironic tone, as I certainly wasn't finding them so! I hadn't come to see the house of horrors, the wax murderers crime museum, "Louis Tussauds" (the not so cheap but definitely nasty rip off ...