Econo Lodge By the Falls
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... trip we came across "Elvis" performing. Not the best impersonator, most of us agreed, but he did agree to a group photo with him.
The final episode of our eventful day was a dinner show: "Oh, Canada, Eh?" We have attended dinner shows before and have found the entertainment excellent and the food fair to middling. This one was no exception ...
... 35 minutes at the falls before venturing back.
We picked up tickets back at the lovely Union Station - taking in more of the beige corridors. We left around midday on a double decker train! Susie was ridiculously excited by the double decker train but restrained herself as we were sat in the quiet zone.
The train took us out to Burlington. We don't know a lot about the town of ...
... the waitress asked if we "had a nickle". I had no idea what that was and had to explain we were from Australia. I don't think they get many Australians in this particular cafe. There was a group of men sitting at the next table - they seemed to be having a meeting about their "club". Don't know what sort of club - huntin', shootin' or fishin' perhaps. Eventually we cross the ...
... entirely avoid getting splashed. That's not to say I would have been taking photos with SLR's and other non-waterproof cameras like some people. Crazy. Next I caught a shuttle bus to the White Water Walk, a ten minute jaunty alongside some Grade 6 rapids (what I did in NZ are Grade 5). They look hardcore. Speaking of hardcore, by the end of the 19th century people were going over the falls in barrels. Barrels!!! Having seen them up close that is absolutely ...
... I can
understand the Soul of ...