Econo Lodge By the Falls
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... ride over the falls was cancelled due to a fly over by the Canadian Forces Snow Birds that closed the air space during the time that we were to take our flight. The CN Tower was our next stop late that afternoon. Quite tight security to get in with two security checks to get through. We travelled to the 115th floor to have a scrumptious dinner in the ...
... we grabbed the first short-term space we found, paid $5 for 30 mins parking right by the American Falls, and jumped out with the camera to go and fulfil one of my dreams! The rumbling sound hits you the second you open the car door, it's such a large and impressive sound which really adds to the anticipation as you approach the railings where you get to see both the falls in full for the first time. The view from the Canadian side is ...
... you can get and we read about all the stunts that people used to do, like going down the river in a barrel, some with their pets inside the barrel and crossing it on a tightrope whilst carrying a stove and than cooking a two egg omelette and than eating it, many losing their lives, some repeating different stunts several times. The walk was only short but beautiful. From there we returned and caught the bus to the Niagara ...
... as a cloths rack) final dash was up to Nike (nothing suited Jayde and Deb but Bill found some shirts) next store where Jayde found a pair of Converse
Arrived back in New York at approximately 8.30pm. Strolled back to the subway and traveled back to Hotel Beacon, rechecked in and recovered our bags from storage and went to Room 802, decided to walk next door for a late supper tea and watch some Baseball on tele with staff , informing us of the ...
... is fantastic. Everyone is thrilled by the fact that they are under the spray of the great falls and being absolutely drenched. Time to check in to the Embassy Hotel. What a lovely suite - lounge room with 2 sofas, dining table and flat screen TV, walk through to the mini bar and nuker area which is opposite another area with a sink, a bathroom with a "whirl tub" and a view out the front window and vanity, separate loo and shower, main bedroom with king size bed ...