Hampton Inn by Hilton Niagara Falls-North Of The Falls
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In the morning we were packing this time to go to Canada but before that we went to the baseball hall of fame with none of you were or ever will be in. But as there was a power cut it was closed so we went to Doubleday field which was the first baseball field. When we got back to the hall of fame it was open again so we went in and up to the second …
... gentler version. very Canadian. Torture joke - too far?
After the Hornblower, we went back to the room to see if we could switch rooms yet. No such luck. So, we went out to go mini golfing. It was a dinosaur mini golf place and was a lot of fun. Julia got 2 holes in one! It was crazy! Ben got a hole in one too, and on the 16th hole - very appropriate for the 16 yr. old!
We decided to go back to the ...
We had once
again crossed the border from Massachusetts back into New York. Our halfway point on our way to Niagara
Falls was a little village and an RV Park called "Beaver Springs".
for the night, we checked on the weather forecast and found the overnight
temperatures would be down below freezing.
Not really a problem, just take our hoses off and use the water in our
tank for the morning shower.
... the water pouring over the falls and being engulfed by the mist was fun - even if it was a bit cold. We survived with the help of our pink rain ponchos. This I can see distinguished us from the Maid of the Mist people on the American side who had the blue ponchos.
With our bones chilled, we stopped at a Starbucks up the hill and had some hot drinks. Since we were so close to the Skylon Tower and had the time, we zipped ...
We crossed the Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls. It was surprising for us because it didn't seem like a bridge at all! We are used to the Bluewater Bridge in Sarnia and we kept looking for a tall bridge. We even asked a guy beside us in his van, "Where's the bridge?" The Rainbow Bridge seemed more like a road than a bridge! It was cool to see people walking over though! We thought that next time, we should jump out and walk over while dad drives the ...