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... almost touching distance from the falls. You can feel the force of the water.
Next our picnic up on the bank-side I think I have convinced Tom that subway is good value and we don't have to save part of our breakfast everyday. Tom sits on the wall at the top of the falls watching the world go by until shouting shatters the peace, "Get off the wall Sir yes that means you on the wall!". Ooops
Even the rapid walk ...
... side of the Falls? While the City Centre isn't right up to them, yet, it's within a short walking distance ... different from the US.
I took many Photos that Jen will not want to look at, but several are of the Falls from the Canadian side ... a much better view than that from the US side ... and this photo shows the place where I observed the Falls from the US in 2010 at the far left.
Spent the morning driving there from Toronto ...
... elegance on the shore. Of course. It really is very adorable, all of it. Oh, there’s Toronto on the other side of the lake. Shame we have to go back. We quite like it here, if they’ll have us.
On the return journey we passed a dozen or so properties we could easily have salivated over. And then we stopped at a vineyard, the Dan Akroyd (sp?) place and bought some wine and ice wine, including a rare red ice wine.
Back in ...
... t know what came first, Waterbury or Ben and Jerry's, but Waterbury is a thriving little town in the middle of nowhere that is making its trade through factory tours of a world famous ice cream company and a number of little farm style shops selling their own produce. Be warned, cider in these parts is not cider as the rest of world knows it. It's warm cloudy apple juice. You can imagine the disappointment, especially when I saw a sign ...
... to leave the shimmering Lake Erie to follow the Niagara river to it's heralded Falls I was presented with a wonderful panoramic view of Buffalo on the opposite bank of the river. It was at this point that I realised that the Falls would be amazing. Often the hype surrounding something as famous as the Falls seems to undermine the wonder & lustre when you actually come to see it for yourself. However, the simple realisation that the breadth of the river before me, which ...