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Oakville Remember how we were told there is nothing in Oakville? They were right, there is nothing in Oakville. The drive from Gananoque to Oakville is pretty uneventful. A few days ago we stopped at a roadside shop called Tim Hortons for soup and a cup of tea. With the elderly ladies who served us we thought Tim might have opened a shop to give his Mum and aunties a job. The more we drive we realise there are hundreds of Tim Hortons. Every roadside stop has one and they ...
... wether your going to the American side of the falls or the Canadian side, however there is very limited or costly services to get you the 35-45 min trip there. The bus will get you there for $11 dollars but only about four times a day, so lots of waiting is required, and there are no early buses back to the airport, so counts us out for the return journey. We were going to take the next bus but after the hassles of the morning decided to take a taxi. Taxis at a set time ...
... give away those ponchos. After we had grabbed some pictures we had a little free time so we had a good wander around, again the visitor centre was in poor condition compared with others that we had seen. Luckily there was a bit of a shopping mall we dived in to as it started raining again. We returned to camp which wasn't that far and had tea, ...
This morning we walked across the Rainbow Bridge from Canada into the USA. The Canadians charged us fifty cents each to leave. On the American side of the border we had to show our passports, answer a few questions then we were free to go. The Niagara State Park is America's oldest State Park. Our Discovery Pass gave us entry to the Maid of the Mist, the Cave of the Winds, the Niagara Legends Adventure Theatre, the Niagara Gorge Discovery Centre and the Niagara Aquarium. We ...
... and so the best I could manage was to just keep looking both ways! It is amazing how easily it is to forget which way the traffic should be coming! Funny enough this hadn't really been a problem in NYC as they had so many one way streets there that it didn't make a difference which side of the road they drove on! Anyway, we survived all road crossings to live another day and I'm sure it won't take long to get used to it! Well that's it for now. The Falls were breathtaking ...