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... of a botanical site that had a flower that was scheduled to open this weekend, and went to investigate. My research failed me, I was at the garden on the north end of town, and the flower was actually a block south of table rock. I was a bit disappointed. The botanical gardens were beautiful, but time had run out for me to make it south. The season in Canada does not start till school is out. The hours to attractions are shorter until that time, July 1. I ventured further north to ...
... wasn't ready so we left our cases with the lovely man behind the check in and went to explore the falls. WOW, the falls, what can I say, no words or photos can describe the power and sight of the falls ( even though we took several dozen pics in 5 mins) , after a while the snow was really coming down so we decided to make our way back to the hotel. Once there the lovely man asked us for our room key back and ...
... waterfall in North America, as measured by vertical height and also by flow rate The view and sound of the falls at night is amazing! Definitely something to be seen and appreciated. In 1901, a 63-year-old Michigan school teacher Annie Edson Taylor was the first person to go over the falls in a barrel as a publicity stunt; she survived, bleeding, but virtually unharmed. Soon after exiting the barrel, she said, "No one ought ever do ...
... where you experience the thunderous sound of the water pouring over the falls, and the intensity of the sheer power this place exhibits. We were able to view the falls from several different view points besides what we saw on the the Maid of the Mist, all incredibly beautiful and awe inspiring. After our morning taking in all the beauty and power of the falls, we had a wonderful lunch at the Top of the Falls Restaurant. Not your ...
... operating establishments in Ontario, if not in all of Canada. The place dates from the late 1700s and was damaged during the "American Invasion." But, again, despite us being citizens of the country that once tried to take the town, we felt more than welcome and enjoyed a great dinner. Niagara On The Lake is well worth a visit if you're going to Niagara Falls. It's not far from the Falls and the road that takes ...
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