Niagara Falls Courtside Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
Wow, what an amazing day. Magnificent drive along Lake Ontario, stopped a little place called Hamilton to view the Whirl Pool Rapids, some of the team went across in a lift, not this little black duck.
just getting back to Toronto, I did not have the best time there, got quite ill, all good now. I was feeling nauseous and headachy but continued on, had a few hours in bed but got up to go to the CN Tower, 121 stories ...
... on TV about killer fugitives on the run in New York state, just across the lake, we decide not to hang around too long so leave Kingston and drive towards Toronto. We had the radio on, and that gave us the forewarning that the weather was about to change. As we reached the outskirts of Toronto lighting and thunder started, along with torrential rain. Really not great driving weather. This doesn't stop the huge trucks flying past ...
... were all given lovely red ponchos that prevented us getting too wet and the view up close to the falling water was immense. The velocity and power of the water is amazing to see and it is truly a beautiful sight.
Our next view was from the cliff top looking down on the horseshoe falls and it had started raining but it didn't dampen our enthusiasm for the view at all. We had to hurry though as a massive thunderstorm ...
... variables to make it a robust comparison - but that is the poetic liberty that tour guides have. Kitted out in our pink plastic ponchos in a line that stretched around like a python waiting to board - we looked a colony of retarded penguins.
It was so f#$n hot it sun waiting to go I have a true appreciation of what a roast chicken must endure in an oven bag.
But there was no hint of how unbelievably cold it ...
... this! But can't really complain, as most of the people on the tour are friendly and there are some nice Australian and English people too, so we are not alone! We made our first stop for a break in Pennsylvania and then a second stop in Corning. Some of the group decided to go on a tour of the local glass museum in Corning, but we opted out of that exiting activity and just went for a walk instead! We arrived at the American/Canadian border at around 8pm ...