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... so much glass artifacts one can look at...so took a shortcut to the shops...much better.
I should probably mention that each dinner stop was at a Chinese buffet...has anyone eaten at those place...my recommendation is...don't! The Chinese taste so different in the States, greasy, salty, thick sauces...got to find me a subway outlet!
Oh, almost forgot to mention, I had to travel in a lift which went 200m in 25 seconds!
... of the Horseshoe Falls, also known as the Canadian Falls. The tour is available starting from either the Canadian or American side of the river, returning to the starting point in each case.
The operation is run by the Maid of the Mist Steamship Company of Niagara Falls, Ontario, which has been owned by the Glynn family of Lewiston, New York, since 1971. The boats are registered in St. Catharines, Ontario.
Well today the weather broke up - and it ...
... the musicians struck up "Sunrise Sunset" which was just about the worst choice you could make for Mandy. She immediately turned into a blubbering wreck, muttered "Oh, Brendan!", and had tears streaming down her face as we walked down the aisle trying our best to look happy and composed. The mothers went forward to light the family candles while Mike and I waited, and we all then walked back to our seats. With us all seated, Mike finally left to get Rachel.
Eventually the ...
... we hopped in the cars and went off to the Christmas service at The Chapel, where the family worships. A large church, probably 2000 or so there, and you couldn't call either the church or the production modest. By Australian standards a fairly short service, and surprisingly we only go to sing one carol for the whole time, so it was far more of a performance and less participation than we are used to. It's actually Christmas Eve here, ...
... we walked down to the falls to see the non-existent fireworks, but despite them not appearing, we were delighted to see the water changing colours.
Our day and a bit at Niagara Falls was great. The town itself is quite spread out but the area surrounding the falls is a fun place to visit.
Tomorrow is a long travelling day as we head toward ...
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