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So after not getting in line quickly enough as greyhound enjoy overbooking their buses. We didn't get to catch our original bus. After being told 5-10 minutes which was a complete lie, we stood in line waiting for another 40 minutes. Lucky greyhound has free wifi or we might have been angrier.
Finally reaching Niagara Falls it was only a …
... quite magical. Walking through the snow is such a novelty to me. Seeing the streets lined with snow was so exciting, even though it was absolutely freezing. I've never seen snow like that, and I'm not sure I could deal with it all the time, but for the time I was there it was all part of the experience.
Boston is a city I've always wanted to visit as I love history, and Boston is full of it. On the first day, we walked the entirety of the Freedom Trail, which takes you ...
... intensified. I had no idea it could make such a big difference! We also tried mismatching them which was suitably nasty. It was so much fun!
After a small miscommunication with the taxi company, I finally got picked up and drove back to Niagara Falls with the English couple who had spent the afternoon in the town centre. I was pretty exhausted so I just went out to buy some dinner at 7-eleven and went to bed early. I had a long day ahead of me tomorrow!
... exist today. Over thousands of years, Niagara Falls were created by water erosion, moving upstream at over 6 feet per year. They stay where they are now because they control the water flow over the falls. As we passed by the Control Dam we were told that the amount of water that flows depends upon the time of day and the time of year. The amount that is siphoned away during the night hours is up to 50%. Off to Bridal Veil ...