BEST WESTERN Summit Inn
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... dinner at Skylon Tower, this is a revolving tour that overlooks the city and falls. It has some amazing views, tonight the falls are lit up red. Niagara is not what l expected, I guess I was just expecting the falls and nothing else lol. It seems to be a destination for families, the main street is Clifton Hill and is described as little Vegas. It's very bright with lots of food places and children friendly attractions - wax museums and haunted houses etc. it's very ...
... and Haley.
The main thing we wanted to do was the maid of the mist boat ride so we headed down ($17 each). They give you a blue plastic poncho as I'm sure most of you have seen before...the boat was pretty packed but it was so amazing and really made you 'appreciate the power of nature' (quote from Darren) and the sheer size of it! We got pretty wet as you'll see but the ponchos did their job so only my legs and face were dripping wet!
... side of the camp
and then the tribesmen let us continue on our journey. We stopped at the Coptic
Monastery and then the Alchemist told me I should finish my journey alone. He
used his stone to turn ...
... for coffee and it started snowing which was essentially 'the dream'!! Spent the next day trying not to mope, ended up taking a nap on Ethan's side of the bed, checking out, errands, packing and fiiiiinally saw The Hobbit! Crazy sad feelings of leaving Toronto kicked in but thankfully turned to excitement for a new adventure when waiting for my bus to Banff :)
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... or "the Circle of Life" (from the Lion King). Please - is the Toto song the best you can come up with? I also read, disturbingly, a woman's blog describing the daily challenge of having Guns n Roses piped over the speakers in the truck as it rumbled from game park to game park. Scary stuff.
But one thing I am not afraid of is "africa". I refuse to allow the media to shape my opinion of a place before I've been. I once stood in front of the Eiffel Tower for ...