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... and we spun around for over an hour taking in the different scenes of the falls. Our goal is to dine in each revolving restaurant in the world. We now have ticked this one off.
We ended the evening with a glass of wine over looking the falls at the bar of the Marriott.
Tomorrow we are planning to drive around the lake nearby and seek out some wineries and maybe some shopping.
Until next ...
Yesterday Addie and I set off for our first major road trip together. We've done a couple of weekend trips, but nothing quite like this. 15 days, visiting the shores of all 5 Great Lakes.
I knew I wanted to do another road trip this fall, and when I was perusing the map, I decided on the Upper Midwest. When I came east two years ago, I was struck by how beautiful the center of our nation is, and how little I knew ...
... have very much and rode on, enjoying every second by the river and out of the city.
We made it to the lake.... which looks more like a sea. This part of Niagara is lovely and we will come back here for sure to stay in the holidays. The streets are full of bright flowers and everything is very well maintaind 'old world' type of architecture.
It was time to ride back, and after a 50 km ride, we were back at the hostel with strange waddles from uncomfortable ...
... scheduled to be around to pose for photos with tourists, and then wandered right down to Clifton Hill again. The main attraction for me there was a 24 hour Tim Hortons coffee shop, which I was sorely missing after several weeks in America. Also, their food is so much better than what Starbucks offers! The big sky wheel is right next to it, so that was next on the agenda. That gave a great view over the whole area and put things in perspective. After this I went to a ...
... as well. A million litres of water tumble over the falls every second. That is amazing. They aren't the tallest falls, but the sheer volume of water there is phenomenal. There are actually three falls: the American Falls (which are straight and narrow), the bride's veil (which is small) and the Canadian Horseshoe Falls (which are huge and spectacular).
After taking some photos we went on the "Maid of the Mist" boat which takes you right into ...