Wanderfalls Guesthouse & Hostel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today we experienced Niagara Falls. We went on Maid of the Mist, which is a boat that goes into the falls. We all got blue ponchos (which Sophie loved) to keep us dry while we went through the mist. From the Observation Deck, we could watch the water gush out and over from the Niagara River, tumble down the rocks, and hit the base of the falls with a loud crash, spraying up mist. It was amazing! Check us out in our blue ...
I had a day trip with some DDI colleagues to Niagara Falls. The tour bus driver was loud and talkative, but the trip itself was fabulous and it was well worth putting up with the driver. We started at the whirlpool which is a huge eddy of water on a bend of the Niagara River, then off to the falls for a boat ride. The boat goes right up to the American ...
... a KOA camping ground, where we learned how to set up tents and use the other camping tools, as there were 9 girls and 3 boys, and there can't be any sharing boys and girls, us boys agreed to take turns having a tent on our own, I started, how roomy. After setting up camp, we went grocery shopping, and on a booze run. Not being able to buy alcohol, I got Tate to buy me some. The rest of the night was spend, drinking beers and ...
We took Sandy to the gorge with Eric's uncles and cousin. I thought I forgot my camera so I don't have any photos from the whirlpool. But it was the furthest down I ever went there! Sandy was a ball of snow when we got back. Then mom made us chicken ...
We had looked at camp grounds before we left and decided on a route up through Vermont to Montreal to Ottawa and then down to Sault St. Marie - just to get a flavor of Canada. However, when we went to make reservations, all the campgrounds in Canada that could take a rig as big as ours (and there weren't ...