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... but it was not all that spectacular.
More walking back along the Canadian side of the river to the Rainbow bridge for a pedestrian entry to US. It cost us 50c Canadian each to leave. On the US side we went through customs where our passports were scanned and we were asked what we planned to do.
Great view from the bridge of the 2 falls. On the US side we went to the lookout on the east side of the US falls. It is great to be able to get up close to ...
... and then we decided to head home to the KOA. The bus works better than in Vegas as it is not so busy and does travel fairly quickly, as I mentioned it was about a 1/2 hour ride from the campground to the main Falls area.
I did spy some history as we sought out the campground -- Lundy Lane Battlefield of the War of 1812-1814. Two hundred year anniversary this year.
The icing on the ...
Early rise this morning to check out of hostel and head back to the Greyhound depot to wait to board the bus to what is another on the highlights lists, Niagara Falls!!!!!! ... You know you have made a lasting impression on someone (or maybe he was going oh no not again, what this time in his head) when while lining up to get my luggage label the wonderful guy who helped me yesterday ...
... for the trip), we headed to Niagara Falls. We had planned to stop at both the American and the Canadian side and had decided to hit the Canadian side first. I guess I forgot just how much of a tourist attraction the falls actually are. It was a Monday and yet, the line of cars to even cross the border was really, really long. I did not actually look at the clock to see how long we sat there, but it was a long time. I probably should ...
... as well! There is so much going on on the Canadian side and whereas the American side is virtually dead with hardly any people and less entertainment/attractions.
While we were in the park next to the falls there were all these squirrels running around and they were unusually friendly as they were coming up to us (although it could have had something to do with my friend feeding them popcorn haha). I thought they were pretty adorable though so ...