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Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
... people purposely go to the edge, as they used to in the winter when an ice bridge would form and Sunday outings would take the whole family for a stroll. WHY would any reasonably sane person want to tightrope walk across the gorge with things ( like stoves, people, tables, etc ) strapped to their backs? At the turn of the century a character who called himself Blondin, crossed the falls over 300 times, even lowering buckets down to the Maid of the Mist below ...
Out to Niagara and a view from the Canadian side for us today. We were surprised at how commercial the town was but by the time we found a parking spot we were thankful for the commercialisation as big Bob picked us up in the carpark and transported us on his golf buggy to the edge of the falls. Well the French got here first too...1604 to be exact. Bet they didn't come down the St Lawrence though, scared of the rapids we heard. Anyway Niagara Falls is collective ...
Niagra. We have finally arrived after some gps intricacies and a few toll roads. The place just doesn't seem that big and monstrous until you get down below on the maid of the mist.
Needless to say we got wet and loved doing it. I'll let the pics speak for themselves on this ...
... it was nearing 10:30AM! We had to fend off a few squirrels trying to nip at our ankles and push past a few tourists, but we managed! The walk back seemed much longer than the walk to the falls. We took turns freshening up in the camper and got some carrots, wheat thins, hummus and jerky out of the cooler, along with some iced coffee and half frozen waters…ahhh!!! After resituating ourselves in the truck like a dog that circles and settles into ...
... the bottom of the falls (American side) and yes you get absolutely drenched! After this it was time to go over the Canadian border to have lunch and to see the view of the falls from the Canadian side.
The process you have to go through to get over the border is a little ridiculous. You have to get out of the bus, show your passport and get questions fired at you and it is right what they say about the Canadian border officers, they aren't very friendly. You ...
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