Days Inn - Fallsview
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... the kids tried buffalo wings. They didn't like them even though they watered down the spice (this is why we don't try different restaurants because we have fussy kids). Went through numerous gift shops and stared at all the tacky entertainment like Dracula's Castle, Frankenstein, Upside Down House, Wax Works. With all the flashy lights it reminds me of a mini Vegas. Kids got to try Beavertail, we saw the coloured lights on the falls at 8.30 and then went back to the ...
... also on public holidays – how fortunate were we that we’d arrived on a public holiday! The fireworks started at 10pm and what a show – just non stop for about 20 minutes. In the end you could hardly see the falls from the smoke from the fireworks. And we thought we’d better close the window in case the smoke alarm went off.
Will be hard to beat this memorable celebration of another one of our bucket list items. ...
... we should have shared. A little bit more retail therapy, and than off for our cruise. We are all rugged up again in our down jackets, beanies and gloves, it's not much warmer than the day before. We are given another disposable poncho and hop on board the Horn-blower. We get great spots up on top and first up we get close to the American and bridal vale falls before heading to the horseshoe falls. Before we get much further we ...
... br> the falls. The sun was very hot (the temperature always seems to rise when we
have a long drive) and the spray from the water was a welcome relief. We stayed as long as we could but with the
final drive to the airport still ahead of us it was difficult to properly
relax. We had been warned about the heavy traffic on the highway into Toronto
so we left with plenty of time to get to the airport. The road was busy and ...
Visited today: New York & Canada We had an early start today: 4.00 am! We had to catch a taxi at 4.30 and as you can't prebook one we thought we'd have trouble at that time of the morning. However, 20 steps from our door the first one we hailed pulled over for us - what a relief. This one drove quite fast but wasn't Fangio - thank goodness. The plane was only a little one - 50 seats and no screen to watch or play with - quelle horreur! Have to start remembering ...