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Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
... and then took us on the boat that takes you towards the Falls ( the Hornblower- formerly the Maid of the Mist) whilst you gaze at its magnificence getting soaking wet. Brilliantly, it also had a firework display and this finished off a great trip to Canada before we headed back to the hostel and slept. The next day entailed a very long train journey to NYC delayed by the outskirts of hurricane Arthur and as I write this I am entering into my 12 hour on this god forsaken ...
... After we got settled we went up to Niagara on the Lake. A small town about 15 miles from here. Someone told Vicki she had to go there. I think it was pretty much a bust. It was the east coast Deadwood. Very , very touristy and crowded. I don't know for sure what Vicki expected but I don't think it was what we got. After lunch, we quick-stepped thru the town and headed back to our Inn. Meanwhile, we had lost the ipad. Luckily, it turned up in the office here at the ...
... of Clifton Hill and then we wait for another bus to take us up the hill. We drop our bags in the trunk of the car and continue on around Clifton Hill, mostly from one gift shop to another. I keep admiring the Sky Wheel- a large Ferris wheel that provides an awesome view of the Falls. We get tickets and wait patiently for our turn. Even in the dark the view is spectacular and I enjoy the ride very much. We make our way back to the car ...
... giving in and stopping for the night at a non-descript motel with below average décor. Along the way there was some nice spots to stop and enjoy the lake (which is more like a sea) but there was also a whole lotta nothing as well. We'd planned to arrive in Toronto and have a few days there but by the time we arrived we were fairly tired of cities and ended up having a day on the outskirts relaxing in some of the parks nearby. We ...
... After heading to Toronto, we set up camp at the Indian Line campsite, my team cooked pasta - with vodka sauce - for the rest of the group and we settled in for a night of s'mores (our guide Kyle taught us the "proper" way to make them), and beer/wine/other. On one of many long treks to the washrooms, we encountered an old man with a guitar who, on discovering that we were English, serenaded us with his special rendition of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking