Four Points by Sheraton St. Catharines Niagara Suites
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... One funny thing is that we could see the seagulls we kept watching up close. They sound like ours, but they are much smaller and prettier than our gulls. They don't have a hook on their beak. Their heads are really quite beautiful. Oh, I forgot to mention, did you enjoy the "crime" brûlée? We surely did. But I will try to proofread a little better in the future. Oh yeah! We shared a peach creme ...
... the falls and IMAX interactive experience...
Never got to IMAX.. which I was happy about.. you sit and watch a movie while your seat jumps all over the place and you get sprayed with water.... great...
This includes a two day pass on WEGO buses which run the strip between the various attractions..
Carolynn, always the adventurer... :( decided we should also go to the ...
... too! I know have 2 blue and 1 yellow rain ponchos! As it was my last night in Canada, I shouted myself to a proper restaurant dinner which was very nice indeed. I then went on the Sky wheel for awesome night views of the illuminated Falls. In my pod was a lovely couple from New York area, who were in Niagara to celebrate her 30th, so they gave me some tips on New York which was cool. The wheel is suppose to rotate 3 times, ...
... same evening,
hundreds of Arabic tribesmen approached us and accused us in being spies. They
took us to their camp and started to ask us different questions. Then the
Alchemist told them I was ...
Now that I'm looking at all my pictures, I never got any at home or with any other people! I'm sorry. But, that means next time, we need more people to come with us on hikes.
This would have been a really awesome hike if we turned right instead of left at the first intersection. But who am I to judge?