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... but both sides of the chair lift were in Canada.
After that we went to a souvenir shop and to get lunch. We have come to the conclusion that in both Canada and America it’s hard to get healthy food and it’s dearer than we thought that it would be, its more expensive than home. I’m starting to feel like a bowling ball and I’m not impressed. We then drive over the American border.
Next was the maid of the mist. We get ...
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Lots of other stuff, of course, and there weren't that many kids, so some of the re-enactory-y people were able to chat about their particular building, occupation or whatever in between hordes of snotty nosed groups. The usual sorts of things - the Blacksmith, Carpenter/Cooper, Officer's Cook and more.
Lots of stuff on the War of 1812 - which, strangely enough, ...
... as they were all very small).
The coach looked like it had been built by and for munchkins (mentioning no names here) and not for those of us with 34 inch legs, however luck was on my side, I initially thought, as I got to sit up front with the driver with plenty of leg room and great views. This was not due to thoughtfulness on the tour leaders part but due to the fact the tour company had made a mistake and lost my booking so I got given the spare seat. ...
... over the falls with tremendous force and volume as the Niagara River carves its way through the land to join Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.
it really is breath-taking and a trip on the Maid of the Mist tour boat into the falls helps put into perspective the size of the falls just in case you were thinking they were smaller than expected when looking down on them from the bank.
Having taken the trip on the boat we had ...
... gold course in North America. It is only a 9 hole but still neat to think it is the oldest. Interestingly, right in the middle is another fort that gets very little foot traffic – Ft. Mississauga. You have to walk through the course to get to it. There is a square two story brick magazine in the middle with some earthworks around it. After my little jaunt around the small fort I took my bike and found the main drag of the city – Queen St. I parked my bike and went up one side ...