Days Inn-Niagara Falls Lundy's Lane
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It was very clean, prompt desk service, and low price! Free parking, only a few miles from downtown and the falls.
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... look of the hills and surrounds.
Once again on our trip through the USA I am running low on "Oohs and Aahs". There has been spectacular scenery all through our trip and are amazed of how it continues around each bend.
As with the City of New York, seeing it in movies, on TV or in magazines doesn't prepare you for casting your peepers on it in full blown real life.
It happened to us last time we were here, and the same ...
... First off, the Behind the Falls tour – you enter a series of
tunnels built under the falls as part of the hydro power generation system. Off
the main tunnel are two short arms which lead directly behind the waterfall.
Apparently if there is an easterly blowing they get very wet indeed!
Fortunately we had a gusty westerly so the place was fairly dry – but
thunderously noisy! As ...
... these falls every second. Add the 560,000 litres of water falling from the American Falls and you’ve got a **** load of water any which way you look at it.
Drowned in tourists doing the same thing we were, we headed west to escape it all. It just so happens that this is serious wine country. We pulled into a handful and loaded up ...
... is full of neon signs and glitzy arcades, Ripleys Belive it or not, Guiness book of Records, giant ferris wheel with enclosed capsules etc. Reminded us of Vegas! We went back down to the falls to see the light displays. The colours changed every few minutes, so I kept taking photos! We were walking along when a young chap who was perched on a railing by a rubbish bin. There was a rustle in the bin, then out popped a big head. He told us ...
... s so hard to judge how much time you should spend in some places, I could have seen everything I wanted to see in Niagara in two days, and spent another night in New York, or as I was to wish, in Quebec City. But I don't regret travelling by train to get there and back, as the journey was scenic and a nice way to relax and not feel I had to run around and see as much as I could. Niagara, glad I got to experience it, but definitely would not want to live there...too many ...