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 …
What a huge day, what a spectacular and jaw dropping moment day. Yesterday we crossed the border into Canada that in itself was an interesting and long process. After sitting for hours it seemed at the border we all had to get off the bus with only our passports and go into border and immigration to get near on interrogated to enter Canada. We were …
... due to the spray that comes off the water. The poles, the fences, the road, the grass... We wanted to get inside so we headed underground to an area behind the falls to watch the water tumbling over from behind. This was awesome and a pretty unique experience to be underneath and behind a huge water fall.
The ticket that we bought for the underground trip also gave us access to a nearby butterfly enclosure. ...
... were breath taking.
After that we ventured out on the Maid of the Mist tour getting up close and personal with the waterfalls. We had lots of room on the boat and had a fun time snapping pictures and taking in the sights.
... time and felt as though I had seen it a million times already. I hope that when I first see a herd of elephants or hear the cacophony of night sounds, or smell the scent of markets and earth and warm rain, that it is something completely new. Not the "Africa"; I imagined, but Africa the way it is (in one small corner). Africa, in all of its wonderfully chaotic, diverse and beautiful polyphony...and as per usual, I will try to capture it with words to the best of my humble ...