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 …
... loo) Kelly's Country Store. It is fantastic with lots of kinds of candy by the scoop, Christmas decorations, candles, stained glass, etc etc and even Australian made soap.
We arrived in Buffallo NY at 4 and crossed the border at into Canada at 4.50. Immigration didn't even look at Gab and Chey's pass cards. Gabrielle then realized she had forgotten the name of the hotel. She tried to ring out Canadian friend Tammy but ...
... with Lindsey, Lovisa, Maja, Corina, Jill, Jenn and Jen. Heck, I would give anything to hang with Erik, Magnus, Benny, Dave, Dave, Matt, Jeff.
I miss the adventure. I miss traveling to Korea or Japan or Bali or Vietnam. I know that isn’t real life, but I still miss those opportunities. I miss the fake market. I miss the fabric market. I miss the view of Lujiazui from the Bund. I miss the view of the Bund from Lujiazui. I miss my garbage guy who came twice ...
* Breakfast at Tim Hortin's. Owner/ manager struck up conversation and gave us free ball caps and chocolates. Great egg & sausage on cheese bagel breakfast. Lived the maple pecan Danish too! * Parked at police station in front of Niagara Falls and walked down boardwalk. Magnificent views. Took several pictures here. * Maid of the Mist boat trip with David's parents. Put on our provided blue cover up and headed out to see falls ...
Then we walked up to clifton hills which is like a whole street full of arcades, this is where we played glow in the dark mini golf! So much fun, so much glow. but 18 holes was not enough :( so we went over to the actual arcade, where we were the only 2 playing games and spent $20 on tokens to put in the machines. We had to get rid of our unneeded canadian money somehow :P
Then we had dinner at the rainforest ...