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... neighbourhood then is stunning house appeared which my friend said was my new home for two nights. Walking up to the front door through the front window I see his lovely wife with a smile like his on her face. Opening the door to a hug and happiness to see each other again. Sitting down to a cold beer and the catching up began for the past couple years and seeing some of the beautiful wedding day pictures. The stories of the day. Then being told I've been invite to ...
... about a block toward the loading area to take the boat trip myself. It's a lovely walk, with views like this the entire way.
[Left] It was still early enough in the day that I was able to practically walk right on to the next boat. They issue everyone this filmy plastic poncho that isn't nearly adequate enough when the wind catches the spray and douses ...
... TZ40 takes multiple shots if the light is behind or it thinks it's too dark or, just cos it feels like. This makes me appear even more obsessive when you look through my photos!!! It also refuses to put the flash on in 'burst mode' so you can't decide to lighten up the scene yourself with the flash!! Very annoying and I must go through the booklet soon to learn how to use my ...
... with a meal at a restaurant on the ninth floor overlooking the falls. Very enjoyable.
The next morning it was time to pack up and head for Nashville, there was enough time for another look at the falls from the "Skylon Tower" something similar to the Centre Point Tower in Sydney - more amazing views.
Unfortunately, out driver from the first leg could not pick us up, to escort us back to Buffalo Airport. Niagara Falls is now crossed off the bucket ...
... good karma today?" I ask. “He had lots of room. He didn’t need me to let him in,” was the response I got. I have a feeling that this will bite us later on today. Before we know it we are driving into the park and the wonders of the day begin.
We find what we think is a great parking spot and pull in. “Meter Parking,” the sign reads. “Pay here. $5 per half hour; no daily maximum.” We ...