Econo Lodge at the Falls
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... 8211; shame about the extra sim charge and activation fee).
Tops supermarket is huge. Ham, cheese and tomato sandwiches for lunch.
Listening to Charlie Musselwhite from youtube and Paul's Bose Bluetooth speaker - magic
Walked to Niagara Falls Blues Music Festival site which was not far from 311 Pine Avenue, at our Air bnb.
The festival was free due to grants from the government to keep heritage blues music alive.
The layout ...
... tower. This looks like an unfinished bridge support. It's purpose is to house the huge gate that is lowered or lifted to control the flow of water through the outlet gates as required. We would go to the top of this for photos later, but first the "maid of the Mist" cruise. After issue with yet another poncho, we boarded our vessel and proceeded to the top deck. The boat does a circuit that gets up close to both falls and enable ...
... some lunch and Drew told us a little bit about the falls and where to go etc then off we went. The biggest waterfall was kind of a disappointment only because from the American side you can only look at it from the side, if you want to see it front on you have to cross the boarder into Canada. But it was still pretty spectacular. We then walked across the other water fall to the maid of the mist tour which was awesome because it took you right into ...
... since the snow started falling the weather has eased up - lucky we weren't visiting a few weeks ago with the -20 deg Celsius or so! I find it strange that the coldest weather is not when it snows or rather, that it only snows in milder temperatures - I thought this would be the other way around, but everywhere we've been so far, people say the same, I also find it hard to fathom that this much snow is rare and unusual - it seems so fitting for the climate. We had our ...
... shoe falls, you walk over a metal platted bridge above the ROARING river. It's pretty cool. And somewhat terrifying. The water is moving at level 5 rapids... you fall in you're gone, over the edge without a paddle. Maybe a barrel if you're prepared. Or a jet ski. We get to the second bridge you have to cross over. Pitch black besides the highlighted rapids, no one around, and Josh turns and looks at us and says "Now what if it have a gun and ...