Redwood Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 35 minutes at the falls before venturing back.
We picked up tickets back at the lovely Union Station - taking in more of the beige corridors. We left around midday on a double decker train! Susie was ridiculously excited by the double decker train but restrained herself as we were sat in the quiet zone.
The train took us out to Burlington. We don't know a lot about the town of ...
... and Australian wine as Andy's sisters apparently enjoy a drop and are coming over tomorrow for a Thanksgiving lunch/dinner. Leigh (my sister) and Andy GAVE UP THEIR ROOM FOR US and were sleeping outside in their camper - in the cold. How nice is that? So lovely to be here - Autumn colours, beautiful family. The blog may be a little erratic over the next few days - have to go out to get ...
... downstream from the Falls. The Whirlpool was created 4200 years ago by Niagara Falls. We do '360 Hamilton Turns' which are thrilling and we get completely wet. Paul and I sit in the second row, known as the 'controlled drowning row'. We had tubs of water dumped on us each time we went through a rapid - we were completely drenched, but it was so much fun.
Our last adventure is the 'Maid of the Mist' but we will do ...
... with it the usual Falls tourist attractions - the Maid of the Mist boat - which allowed you to go (relatively) close to the falls on a boat to see just how forceful that current is! The trip back on the boat would have to be at least twice as quick as the trip there and, if my memory serves me, the current runs at about 60km/hour! Regardless of what the exact speed is, it is definitely fast! We also took the "journey behind the falls" excursion which was a small network ...
... the Volcanic Nachos! Couldn't finish it even with Dan's help.
After dinner we walked down to the falls for the night time view and took some pictures. A raccoon scared the **** out of me when we were walking through the pitch black park! I may have screamed. Loudly.
Back at the hotel, we had a five minute discussion about what day of the week it is. We eventually decided it must be Monday. Ah, it's great to be on holidays.