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... it a different experience than the Canadian side. As I walked in there was people being arrested and thrown against walls. The workers were much more impatient and just plain rude. It took me about half and hour to finally get through customs after being asked so many questions about what I've been doing and my intentions for re entering the states. I thought that at this border they would be used to people crossing and coming back on ...
... are launched into a fact filled, oral tour of everything from the Niagara Area to the 815 museums this candidate had attended to the winning percentage of the one and only Mark Few of the Gonzaga Bulldogs. This conversation proved to set the tone for the rest of our travels. It became evident that the people we meet along the way should be given the same interest, effort and time as the destinations they happen to ...
... falls. None of us were interested in doing the tourist things and then after a few photos, dinner. There was nothing really open except a huge selection of Indian restaurants so we were stuck with Denny's, in the hotel.
The food was alright but the restaurant and the hotel foyer did not have air conditioning and this made it very uncomfortable. We escaped to our rooms to cool off. Another big day tomorrow as we ride through to Toldeo.
Last night we had been given a tip that we could park for free at the casino in Niagara, so this is where we headed to park the car. The American side of the falls was a National Park so we were able to gain information on the best places to visit and all within a beautiful setting. We set off on a walk along the river gorge which fed the American Falls, these were fierce rapids and not an area we would recommend to go white water rafting. This brought us to a bridge ...
... one of the most amazing experiences of my life and I would strongly urge anyone to add it to their bucket lists. After being dropped off, we were feeling a little worn out by these awesome sights, so we headed back to the RV. A girl at the campsite had recommended this place in Buffalo called 'Duff’s Famous Wings’ so we googled the address and were soon on our way. We got there and the place looked pretty cool. It seemed to have a strong ...
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