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... Maid of the Mist UNDER the falls. This was the first time we have ever stopped to look at the falls from the American side. I think we have been to the Canadian side about three times. The views from this side were VERY nice and you can get within feet of where the Niagara River plunges over the falls. Today was a perfect one for doing what we did…warm but (as I said above) low humidity. There were many tourists from overseas there today also but we ...
... the door to the stairs.
This was obviously a room that they did not rent out routinely as the refrigerator/freezer was stocked full of various and sundry goods which were not obviously "board" for their customers. We were so grateful they made this room available to us and at such an attractive price. A real treat.
We got the car unloaded and our luggage hauled over and down into the apartment and then got to bed. It was ...
... to the public. Got downstairs at 9 o'clock as arranged but, true to form, Mike and Lynne didn't turn up till 10, and the day's timing never recovered. In the meantime we sat around and watched the hotel staff argue with the delivery people about how the arch was to go up, how the flowers were to be arranged, and where the projector screens were to be put. However, the chairs were all out, so that was a good start.
About 9:45, Ashley and Jess arrived to practice their songs, ...
... shops, candy stores, cup cake stores, organic groceries and plenty of eateries. After ploughing through the snow on the sidewalks the whole way, we all stopped at one of the coffee shops to warm up. Finally Mandy, Ashley and I had to leave to finish our errands. Firstly it was off, trusting the GPS with our fate, to somewhere out in the sticks to pick up Rachel's wedding plate, then a ...
... carpark was at the bottom of a rather steep and windy driveway, and we watched several cars get only half way up before sliding ignominiously half way back down to get stuck in the snow on the side of a bend in the drive. The hotel called for a snowplough which took a running jump at the hill and managed to get up, so I figured that with a Jeep I had a fighting chance, and tore off up the hill after him before anybody else ...