Ritz Inn Niagara & Wedding Chapel
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... Falls, although somewhat less dramatic than Horseshoe Falls, for me was really interesting, particularly at this time of year as there is still some snow/ice formation on the rocks at the base of the falls. As there is much less spray than Horseshoe Falls, you also get a much clearer view. Horseshoe Falls however is really quite awe-inspiring. The volume of water tumbling over is simply mind-blowing. The temperature drop is ...
... 9.25am with the plan of finding the next post office on the road in Brewster, as we barely fit in the car at the moment. We noticed along the way that there were American flags everywhere, absolutely everywhere, and Dale commented that it is Remembrance Day in America, so Ok then. We got into Brewster and Mitch found the post office, we drove around the block and a big sign said it was CLOSED.... Seriously, I just googled it and it said it was open on Weekdays 9am to ...
... reservations at 7 and were promptly seated. This restaurant was a bit cozy shall we say. The table next to us was about 6 inches away. We were lucky in that they were two nice gentlemen and we did get to speak a bit about the area with them.
Our food was excellent. Rich had the salmon and I had the chicken. We shared a market salad that had a fantastic dressing with white balsamic dressing. No dessert for us. The view ...
To prepare for the days events we went for a nice breakfast at a diner next door to the hotel. I had the brioche French toast platter, Tina had the same and Emmy had a short stack of blueberry pancakes all washed down with Juice and coffee. It was our first proper breakfast out and it didn't disappoint. We then headed down to the maid of the mist for the first boat of the day, unfortunately half of Japan were also there. We were all handed our ponchos and ...
... then just as it tumbled over the edge of the cliff with a mighty roar, it turned a beautiful aquamarine, before plunging into a cloud of white spray over 165 feet below. It was a sunny day and rainbows appeared frequently, giving me what would turn out to be the best photo opportunities in my entire time there. You can see all the photos and guidebooks that you want before you get there, but I don't think anything can really prepare you for their power and beauty. ...