Park Place Bed & Breakfast
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... the Niagara River split either side of Goat Island and feed both the American and Horseshoe Falls. And we could also see the full semi-circle of the Horseshoe Falls above the spray mist - what a sight from up here!
So having now seen the Falls from above (and not involving a skydive or a tightrope walk) we had now completed 7 of our 9 challenges. Only 'at night' and 'from the ...
... of historic interest. We thought this was such a cool way of seeing the village, then even better she recommended a pub for dinner.
It was built like an Olde English pub. On the menu was even a Ploughman's lunch. Paul and Joan had fish and chips which were served on newspaper on a plate! I had a yummy Fisherman's pie.
Thankfully the ride back wasn't as long,as Joanie went down the expressway.
Thanks very much pal ...
To top off the experience we ventured out onto the glass panelled floor. Looking straight down, this was pretty nerve racking.
At the base of the tower there just so happened to be a brewery waiting for us. Couldn’t resist some free tasters.
... long flights it felt like we had just got up in the air and we were back down again, no time for sleeping!
Sheri is a Buffalo local and has been a tour guide for many many years and knows everything there is to know about the local area and Niagara Falls. It was about a 50 min mini-bus trip from the airport to the Falls and Sheri pointed out many places of interest along the way. She had made us home made banana bread, had white grapes packed into separate ...
... plenty of room to move around in our big blue garbage bag-like raincoats as we steamed down to the roaring Horseshoe Falls. If they'd seemed intimidating from above, observing safe and relatively dry from the edge, then they were awesome and even a bit terrifying from below. If you'd stood right at the front of the boat, you may as well have just turned a hose on yourself and be done with it, I've never heard so much screaming when people are obviously enjoying ...