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... we returned to our room around 8:15, we found that John's luggage had NOT been delivered. He was NOT a happy camper, to say the least! A call to the tour director and the front desk and some searching by the bell staff---suitcase found and delivered before 9. A long day but the next would be more exciting as we would get up close and personal with the falls.
... it was nice and chilled, as it was getting quite warm outside. We set off walking along River street towards the falls, and we could hear them before we could see them; they were so loud!
Eventually, we could see the American Falls through the trees and underneath the bridge ahead. Amazing, but nothing compared to what we were about to see. Finally, we caught sight of the Horseshoe falls (the ones you think of when you picture Niagara Falls), and they were just ...
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Up and out of the hostel by 6 I was on a bus heading for Niagara Falls by 7. It only takes about 90minutes to get there. We briefly stopped in St Catharines too, where Alexisonfire are from. I can see why the turned to music to try and get out... Having said that downtown Niagara isn't a looker with several dilapitated buildings. However thinks quickly picked up as I trekked the 2km from the bus station to where the action is. The first thing on the horizon is ...
... be pretty awesome, but I was not prepared for this! Just the sheer amount of water going over the edge is incredible. We walked out onto the look out that the Americans have built on their side for a better view. Basically it's like half a bridge and sticks out over the gorge. It was pretty windy and cold, but the view was amazing.
We headed back to the car and got onto the bridge that takes cars over to Canada. Had to line up for awhile, but at least we had the nice view to ...