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Travel Blogs from Niagara-on-the-Lake
... a balcony, but the house does.” He began to nail down furniture so that clients could not move it away from where he felt it belonged. But he could periodically have a sense a humor about it. He once said, “I still have the aches and pains from sitting in chairs I designed.”
After the tour, we drove back to the Falls, to walk around Goat Island. The lighting was perfect, and we enjoyed our walk. We didn’t linger, but ...
... with Lindsey, Lovisa, Maja, Corina, Jill, Jenn and Jen. Heck, I would give anything to hang with Erik, Magnus, Benny, Dave, Dave, Matt, Jeff.
I miss the adventure. I miss traveling to Korea or Japan or Bali or Vietnam. I know that isn’t real life, but I still miss those opportunities. I miss the fake market. I miss the fabric market. I miss the view of Lujiazui from the Bund. I miss the view of the Bund from Lujiazui. I miss my garbage guy who came twice ...
... feel of the spray, it’s awesome. We get well and truly drenched. I am hoping like crazy that the poncho is doing its job and protecting my camera!
Unfortunately, time is pressing on, and the boat reverses and then turns around to head back to the pier. We go aft to continue looking at the falls. Once the boat docks, we get into another lift and head back up. At the top we exit onto an observation deck that provides an amazing look at the falls. ...
... the Saint Lawrence River. We found out that to count as an island you needed a shrub, a tree and be surrounded by water 365 days of the year. Lots of the islands are owned by famous Americans so it was a nice boatride to admire big old houses. There is also a castle called Boldt Castle. It was built by Mr Boldt for him and his wife. While they were building it they lived in a smaller building on the island. The castle was about ...
... to embarrass him a little bit.
We went to a few of the view points and got lots of pictures and then headed to the Cave of the Winds as we knew we would get wet and would need to dry off. They gave us a short yellow poncho and some snazzy shoes which I think I’ll have to start wearing on nights out. The poncho wasn’t long enough to cover Claire’s bag and we started thinking that maybe we needed to keep the blue Maid of Mist Poncho’s. ...
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- Free parking