Redwood Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... plans. Sadly, our digestive processes were affected by an unsavoury incident in the hotel lobby - a young, black man swept into the hotel and harangued the staff, all Chinese origin, with tales of assault, murder, retribution, racism and sundry other outbursts. "Off his trolly", not drugs, seems to fit the bill with hindsight. He was pursued briefly by an overweight, unqualified security guard and then confronted by a young Chinese hotel worker ...
... to find anything worthwhile. We had a choice of 8 miniature toy soldiers (and I mean tiny), or give the tickets to a child who could put them towards a larger collection. Anna made the call, and I begrudgingly handed over the tickets.
A short walk further up the hill and we settled on a Chinese takeaway for our tea. Nice and cheap, and we got to eat it whilst watching the falls. From there, we explored the Falls welcome centre, full of gift shops and restaurants ...
... was rather invigorating.
After leaving the falls we were taken to the Niagara Gorge and Whirlpool where the falls originated from and where they converge into Lake Ontario. This was a beautiful spot particularly because the mountainside was filled with trees of amazing colours. If this keeps up, the only photos for the rest of this trip will be of leaves!
We had a late lunch in the gorgeous town of ...
... the walkway that runs alongside the canyon the falls empty into. I en headed back to the hotel to drop of some of the souvenirs and needed up having a nap for the afternoon. That was totally worth it because after dinner there were the last lot of fireworks for the season and there was no way I was going to miss that. The restaurant is in the Skylon tower and it revolves which is awesome and also a little disorienting at the same time. They have the entries from the bar into the ...
... the Canadian decent ones. If I were in American checking them out I'd be a bit annoyed to only be able to get up close and personal with the rubbish one when the big one is just out of reach taunting me. By now it was early afternoon and the queues had picked up so it took about twenty minutes to catch the elevator that takes you down. From here you can go down a few tunnels dug into the rock that have a couple of openings behind the falls proper. Not much ...