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Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
... think both countries used to call the boats "Maid of the Mist'. But now only the Americans do. I will have to look up the reason for the change sometime!
It was all a fantastic experience and then when we arrived ed at the Hilton Hotel and saw the views from our Hotel room on the 23rd floor in the North Wing, it was definitely the 'WOW' factor. At 8.30pm the falls are illuminated with lights. They change at different times during ...
... always in the right hand lane out of the way. Thankfully we are well used to driving on the right hand side now. Of course, Peter is a really good driver (or should I say enjoys complimenting himself). We crossed Rainbow Bridge between the U.S. and Canada and Peter got his first glimpse of the falls. I had visited with Cam back in 1996 so it was a return visit for me. There was a specific RV lane at the border control. The staff were busy sorting out a bus that ...
... away. It is such a weird feeling when your brain is saying 'we are too close' but the boat keeps going.
We were buzzing when we got off so decided to Skype home to show our parents and my Granny and Granda. Afterwards we walked up to the hotel Murray and his mum stayed in 13 years ago. It was great seeing Murray remember things about the Crowne Plaza and the shops around it. We visited the Hershey's chocolate ...
... we would enter the western portion of New York and drive north through Buffalo to Niagara Falls. The first sight of New York land consisted of vineyard after vineyard. The toll entering Ripley, New York had a vineyard on each side (one in Pennsylvania and New York). The country side was beautiful, full of green hills, forests and grapes. Kelsey has been to Niagara Falls as a child, but on the Canadian side. It would be my first trip to the falls. Upon ...
... being Lake Ontario. This town dates from the 1700s and is not far away from Canada's Fort George. It was here in 1813 that American soldiers invaded Canada and severely damaged the Fort, also the town. They were routed, however, a short time later by the Canadians. All seems to have been forgiven, however, as everyone in Niagara today was more than friendly and we had dinner at the Olde Angel Inn, billed as one of the ...
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