Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls - Fallsview
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We left Geneva in the rain and headed through quite interesting small town/winery/farming country for a couple of hours until crossing a bridge over Lake Erie we saw the spray of Niagara Falls... and the skyline of casinos and observatory towers. A short queue at the border crossing into Canada on the Rainbow Bridge and a few circles of the tacky …
... neighbourhood then is stunning house appeared which my friend said was my new home for two nights. Walking up to the front door through the front window I see his lovely wife with a smile like his on her face. Opening the door to a hug and happiness to see each other again. Sitting down to a cold beer and the catching up began for the past couple years and seeing some of the beautiful wedding day pictures. The stories of the day. Then being told I've been invite to ...
... been craving Asian cuisine as we eat a lot of it at home. The casino in Niagara has ‘Fine Dining Koi’, so we tried it out. We were met with a very, very disappointing Chinese meal and not like what we are used to – Chad was worried he may have been served dog… The town of Niagara itself is dodgy ...
... international landmark. In addition four other masonry structures on the island are architecturally notable. Equally distinctive is a huge yacht house on a neighboring island where the Boldts had another summer home and a vast estate, incorporating farms, canals, a golf course, tennis courts, stables, and a polo field.
The construction of Boldt Castle ceased abruptly in early 1904 after the death of Boldt's wife, Louise Kehrer Boldt. For 73 ...
... welcome centre which was bascially just a food hall. Tom & I gave this a miss, aside from not wanting to eat **** food hall food, there was no pub there and we do not like being told when to eat. As it does not get dark until 10pm we have become very accustom to eating very late and it was only about 6pm.
Right, time to get back on the bus and head over the boarder into Canada. Could not find the bus, even our guide Vicki did ...