Ritz Inn Niagara & Wedding Chapel
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... us closer to the falls and, of course that meant that at each level you got a bit wetter. I can see why they made us wear sandals as after the first level the platform was covered in water. Even at the second level we, Geoff and I had to yell at each other to be heard. Now for the top level, it was called Hurricane, We gave up talking to each other. It was so loud; the water wasn’t as cold as I thought it would be. It was like having several buckets of ...
... of you may remember the Johnny Rockets in Castle Hill where the waitresses danced between the tables. Unfortunately. Our memory was shattered by this restaurant. Looked the same but no dancing and food pretty ordinary.
We enjoyed a quiet afternoon and then a lovely dinner at Ruth Chris Steakhouse. Probably the best meal we had since leaving Aus.
Next morning it was back across the border, this time with no wait at all and onto ...
... now for those of you who have not been here, main streets here are filled 24/7 with cars, trucks, buses, crazy drivers and most of all, wall-to-wall taxi cabs. There wasn't anyone, no people, no cars and certainly no cabs - so what are we to do - go back to the apartment and give up? Nope, we decided to walk the 20 blocks, Bill thought it would take us about 30 minutes so we should get there in time to be picked up. Sounds like a good plan doesn't it? ...
... was usually a whole $5 more than this. It was 'fine' but a little ick. We walked over to the closest restaurant and spent $60 on an OK dinner. Chris proclaimed that next time we should get a $100 hotel and eat peanut butter sandwiches for dinner...I agree.
~L (two days in a row for me so Chris did not have to describe all the high action days) :)
For the record our seats were: Section 311, Row H, Seats 17 & 18
Score: 10-1 a win for the Pirates
... in the address for our hotel for tonight. We arrive at the hotel and I encounter extremely friendly and helpful staff who direct me to our room; the valet helps get us parked and we make our way to room 838. It has a very pretty view of the Falls which will be delightful in the morning. Tomorrow will come much too quickly so I will say goodnight for now. Tomorrow’s plan may include Niagara-on-the Lake. You will have to read tomorrow to find ...