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The final leg to Niagara Falls! We had 86 miles left today so we decided we'd do 65, break for dinner and then see how we felt. The whole day was along the canal again, which was nice but so much slower and we had the wind against us all day. Just before we left Jo's, a guy called Ben who camps in the back garden got chatting to us ...
... words, the rim) is 2,500 feet across, 675,000 gallons/second of water flow during the summer, and they its 176 feet high. I tried to convince my guys to walk across the bridge to Canada but, surprisingly, neither had the desire. Ah well. It was a short 2 hour visit, but well worth making the trip to see such an American attraction. ...
... around the edge of the windows numbered so they can keep track while it moves. The observation deck is above the restaurant and it is extremely cold and windy out especially in a good dress and heels. We ended up taking the bus back to the hotel and getting changed and heading down to the edge of the river to get a good vantage point for the fireworks. That again was amazing in its own way, seeing the falls ligand the fireworks going off overhead with the lights of the town ...
... Winds which cost $11 entry. This include giving you a yellow rain poncho and sandals to wear that you keep. You start by catching an elevator down 17 storeys that was cut through rock by hand to a walkway with thousands of screeching seagulls and then to the boardwalk that takes you under the Bridal Veil part of the USA Falls. It is dismantled each winter so that when ...
... of his cheeks, then grab another and stuff the other side … his cheeks were well and truly plumped out and off he ran to hide his cache.
We checked out of the Marriott around 12-ish and eventually got a taxi to take us to the Rainbow Bridge. We hadn’t planned to walk across seeing tho’ neither of us is 100%, however the taxi fare would be more than double what we paid if the taxi had to go over the bridge through US customs and then back ...