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... limit is 55 most of the way, so you can still get where you're going pretty quickly, but you actually get to see how beautiful the United States really can be. We switched over to highway when we got to Buffalo (did you know Buffalo was a pretty city? Again, I didn't). Buffalo was surprisingly pretty as you enter on I190; old canneries, locks, and other industry line the way. Usually industrial areas are sad and depressing to me, but there was something very hopeful about the area ...
... for the aquarium, which “tanked” us for visiting. We took a foot bridge to the Discovery Center and bypassed it to walk along the cliff above the Niagara River that connects Lake Erie to the eventual Atlantic Ocean. One of the first plaques informed us of the initial importance of the bridge spanning across the river, connecting US to Canada, especially the economic implications. I won’t pretend to be an expert on the matter, I ...
... which gave me discounts on attractions and free bus travel for 2 days!!! ... First port of call on the attractions list was the Maid of the mist boat tour, which is awesome and takes you right into the Falls! You do get pretty wet so they give you a nice blue rain poncho to wear that just looks absolutely stunning! ... I then had a bite to eat before catching a bus to White Water Walk were you can see the grade 6 ...
... up to us to let us know we were very early and could go around the corner to a "coffee shop" to wait. The coffee shop turned out to be a tiny Chinese deli with a couple of ladies who were not so impressed by the 4 of us hanging out in their shop with our massive suitcases. To make up for it we bought lots of 80c pork buns, hotdog rolls and donuts. Time to get on the bus. We soon realised we were the only Caucasians on the tour. I guess you ...
We took the scenic route from Corning and arrived about 7pm. After checking in, we went a short drive to see the falls at night. So close, I knew we were because of the noise. thinking I would get wet from the spray and mist I planned and wore the well washed rain mac/poncho of my mothers... Arghhh... It was still a smoking jacket with eau de Phillip Morris embedded strongly in every warp and weft! We then drove over to the Seneca Casino ...
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