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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The USA side is unbelievably run down and the backdrop of the waterfall are some of the ugliest buildings you can imagine. The Canadian side is a little better in that it has a more natural backdrop but then this is completely spoilt by the town which is full of arcades, tacky shops and kitsch boardwalklike sights which Isobella likened ...
... the Falls. They definitely had it down to a science and were very efficient.
It was much less crowded than we thought it would be considering it was Canada Day. We got our tickets and were able to board very quickly. The ponchos they gave us were the thickness of cheap garbage bags. At first, we were reluctant as they were very warm, but we put them on anyway. Within minutes we were cruising toward the Falls. Near the American side there were hundreds of ...
... a suburb of Toronto with a population of about 200,000. Fortunately our B&B was in the posh part of town near the fashionable shops and restaurants. The lady who owned it turned out to have come from England 58 years ago and reminded us of our host at a similar B&B in Ely in England in 2001. Jarn asked if she knew her but she didn't. It's so nice to be served a tasty, healthy breakfast on good china. It was a delightful place to stay but there was, however, ...
... we are the only two in there, the lady warns us that we will get the wettest if we stand at the front. We stand back a little and get only a little wet. By now it's tea time, so we head back to the hotel, via the niagara railway, which is a very short trip up a steep incline. After tea we head to watch the fireworks at 10pm. They have fireworks every weekend and they last about 10mins. Followed by getting back inside out of the cold and back to the hotel for amazing views from our ...
... for us.
We finally booked the first leg of our trip in October (Dallas, Las Vegas, and New Zealand) and for the last 6 weeks we have been go, go, go. But different than any other trips we've taken, what's been keeping us busy is leaving our lives in Toronto. We got rid of our condo and my car. We had to forward mail to parents. Jason had to worry about how his business was going to run without him physically in Toronto. The actual "trip planning" has ...