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We are up early and returned for a morning coffee with Glenis and Andy. We then went to the trailer and hooked up for our short drive. On the way we stopped at a farm market and replenished a few supplies. The area is prime farmland and we saw massive fields of produce but corn seemed to be the most abundant. It is pretty obvious why the early settlers gravitated to this area. We passed over the Welland ...
... floors were wooden from years ago. We were sat in a back room where there appeared to be a working fireplace, but thankfully, it was not lit today.
Our server came over immediately and we decided on beer for lunch. Not sure what I had but it was good, same for Rich. Rich's meal was a steak and onion pie with puff pastry crust. I had the chicken and peach pie with the same crust. They came with peas and carrots and a huge amount ...
... told that thunderstorms were forecast for this afternoon so we decided to get the outdoor attractions done first. As we arrived just on opening time (9am) we were able to walk straight up to the Maid of the Mist boat ride with no queuing. A lift took us from the top of the observation tower down to the wharf just below the Rainbow Bridge. Before boarding we were issued with a blue rain poncho to protect us from the spray. The boat travels along the river past the ...
... really slowed us down. The rivers appeared to have a lot of water in them and this was crystal clear.
Today, with 600km to ride we literally stopped, refuelled (the bikes and ourselves) and rode. The roads were atrocious and seemed like they were lined with more and more tolls - 3 more to get through and leave New York.
We finally got to Niagara at 6pm which meant we had time to check in, freshen up and head over to have a look ...