Admiral Inn by the Falls
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... got our fill of photo ops along the beautiful boardwalk and Queen Victoria Park & gardens that overlook the falls.
We met the group at the base of the Sheraton across the road from the falls. Our tour package included lunch in the “Falls View Restaurant” or something like that, at the top floor of the hotel. Just a buffet but with a great view of the falls and a little clear glass photo op landing just outside. We got to know our fellow tourists, at some ...
... an awesome feeling.
We had an amazing day yesterday. Got an early start from Clinton Township, Michigan and took a ferry from Marine City across the St. Clair River into Ontario, CANADA! It was a lovely and quick ten minute ride, three quick questions from a friendly Customs agent at the port, then we were back up on the bikes and rode across to Niagara Falls.
Shortly after we got into Canada the nice folks at ...
... of Records Museum, Louis Tussaud's Waxworks and Dinosaur Adventure Golf to name a few.
We did the Hornblower Voyage to the Falls cruise and both ended up very wet even though you get a plastic raincoat as part of your ticket. The Maid of the Mist no longer operates on the Canadian side of the Falls. The Falls are amazing and worth the visit. There are Falls on both sides of the border, ...
... Maid Of The Mist Cruises lost their bid to operate on the Canadian side of the falls. Hornblower won the Canadian rights while The Maid still transports from the American side.
The Hornblower cruise was a blast! Dressed in our red mist gear, we got drenched by the powerful, turbulent ...
... was taking pictures when a bloody great big striped animal appeared it saw us and growled we saw it and ****** and him in Stewart front pocket and said hey you ugy thing u have to get past his front to get to us and Stewart threw us out and said its a Raccoon boys its ok it only eats roots and leave and we thought yeah right, bet it does that to all the animals, well we then headed back and again shoved in the back pack so will see you all in Toronto have fun all.
Cheers Baz and Taz