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Im up at 6:30 and after packing up the bike and getting sorted I hit the road around 9. Destination Niagara. The bike cruises at 110 on the highway and in no time we're in Niagara On The Lake. Lunch at smugglers cove an then a quick walk around the historic town including the old Apothecary. Jumping on the scenic Niagara Park Way I'm reminded of Margaret River as I pass beautiful vineyards. Arriving at ACBB hostel they give me a warm welcome and manage to find me the last available ...
... leftovers for lunch, pitched the tent and then headed back towards Niagara Falls State Park (the oldest State Park in America) to see the falls and enjoy this natural wonder.
What we hadn't realized until we checked into our State Park in Youngstown, was that our permit to get into this State Park, also got us free parking at Niagara Falls State Park. Tim, being Tim, was therefore focused on getting a park in the one car park that we could park in for ...
Saturday 17th December
A few pictures of the falls at night after me, Kerry and Leigh drove from Toronto to Claire and Kyle's in St. Catharines.
Sunday 18th December
On our first full day in Niagara we spent the day playing glow in the dark mini-golf which Claire won and looking out over the falls which were amazing but absolutely freezing!
In the evening we went to see New Year's Eve at the cinema which after reading all the bad reviews was actually pretty good.
We had the privilege to ride along the coast of Lake Erie for almost the entire ride today. I can't say I was sad to leave Erie, Pennsylvania behind... but I am very sad to leave Lake Erie behind. When we were stopped at the border between Pennsylvania and New York to take a picture, Michael made the comment that New York must have more money because the road literally went from a rutted concrete disaster to a beautifully paved dream ...
... Thankfully we were in the line of a very nice young patrolman who looked at our passports, asked us the usual 'declaration' questions, told us to have a safe & pleasant visit and waved us on through.
We rode around for just a bit to get our 'bearings' then located a parking spot. Walking up to the 'MAID of the MIST' tour boat area, we saw the breathtaking Niagara Falls....absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!!