Niagara Falls Courtside Inn
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... lunch with Joy and the kids and said a teary goodbye. It was the perfect end to
our trip to spend the last 4 days with this wonderful family. They have put up
with us invading their home, listened to us moaning about insurance companies
and parking tickets helped Tom plan the next couple of years of his life,
driven us around and fed us beautiful, home cooked food- to name but a few
things. It has been great to share this ...
... depending on what you choose. It was very tasty although a little too much sugar before heading off to bed!
The following morning we had a huge buffet breakfast, then headed back into the downtown Niagara area and took a ride on the Maid of the Mist. It is a boat which takes you up to the centre of the Horse Shoe Falls and gets you a bit wet. We took some fun pictures of us all in our blue rain covers. When they inflate they make ...
I was really glad I had chosen the train journey to upstate New York when travelling to Niagara. I was over airports and flying for a while. It's also nice not to have to take your shoes off, have all your luggage scanned as well as your person, and be asked probing questions by customs officials before boarding your transportation for a change! A journey up the Hudson River, through small and larger towns with names I'd heard for years, Yonkers, Poughkeepsie, ...
... aspire to travel to but do not all get the opportunity - it's well worth it. The volume of water dropping over both falls is incredible and the sound it makes quite incredible. Of course, this does create a high level of mist that travels a fair distance into the town.
At night the falls are lit up in a range of colours which makes for quite a pretty sight.
The geography and history of Niagara falls offers some intrigue and I found it mildly amusing that ...
... Roosevelt was sworn into presidency on September 14th, 1901. And thus began one of his many terms of presidency. Without that happening Theodore Roosevelt would have never became president and the United States probably wouldn’t be how it is today. My advice would be to Obama would be to respect the decisions of others and not to lay fold your cards until you know what is on the table.