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... neighbourhood then is stunning house appeared which my friend said was my new home for two nights. Walking up to the front door through the front window I see his lovely wife with a smile like his on her face. Opening the door to a hug and happiness to see each other again. Sitting down to a cold beer and the catching up began for the past couple years and seeing some of the beautiful wedding day pictures. The stories of the day. Then being told I've been invite to ...
Day 36: 5,003 miles
Saturday, July 6th
After giving Howard and Margaret big hugs, I headed out for Niagara Falls. Howard had promised that I would respond to them the same way I had when I first saw Casa Loma (i.e., "Holy Sh--, that's really a castle!"), and he wasn't far wrong.
[Left] I was determined to do the entire tourist thing while I was ...
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We opened the door and the wind and cold hit us like a brick wall, we had never ever experienced anything like this, it was totally foreign but we just started walking towards 1st Avenue, the snow was already about 8 inches deep on the footpaths and on the roads, in fact covering absolutely everything, we could barely walk and I was looking forward to getting into the warmth of the cab. The wind was incredibly fast and fierce and ...
... standing on the sidelines. Oh, why did I straighten my fringe this morning? There's so much spray that it looks like smoke and they are very loud. Part of the falls are obscured by the spray. The Maid of the Mist was great fun. They manage to pack in about 200 people on each boat (they have 4) and all are dressed in blue ponchos. Many thought it was overkill until the boat got close to the horseshoe falls - then it felt as though it was very heavy rain coming down. ...
... was an Addidas tent where we purchased a few peices of sportswear at discounted price.
We then had the intimidating task of trying to get across the rainbow bridge and through US customs. However, despite our nervousness it was a straightforward task and we eased through. We then were on the American side of Niagara Falls and headed onto our hotel. Once checked it we headed out for a bite to eat at ...