Holiday Inn Express & Suites Niagara Falls
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Today we went back to Niagara Falls, to cruise on the Maid Of The Mist. We threw on some ponchos and hopped on the ship and cruised into the falls. Awesome shots was taken with the go-pro. Afterwards, we headed for Ohio, where we went to Cedar Point amusement park. As ...
... and how we liked how it was appointed. They seemed to be really nice people. They gave us directions (and a map) for how to get down to the falls area and a tip for finding free parking. We used their directions, found the parking, but it was a long walk from the best viewing areas, so we decided to use some inside $5-all-day parking under one of the casinos we saw driving down to the falls park. After finally finding our way out to the street ...
... time we passed the next unlucky mammal I looked for car debray as hitting something that big at 70mph could not end well for us humans and our cars. Jeremy the driver did not ease my anxiety by sharing a story of the time a moose ended up dead and he and his friend with a car declared a write off due to a collision between the two which ended badly for both but could have been far worse.
The first stop was a boat tour of the 1000 islands. The name is ...
... that, but they were understanding as well.
Of course, along the way, we keep thinking of things we forgot. So far, nothing terribly important except, catch this, I forgot any warm clothing. I have no warm long sleeve shirts and no sweatshirts. I did bring the shell of my Columbia jacket in case of rain, but....what in the world was I thinking. The high in Niagara Falls today is 57. Brrrrrr!!!!!! Good thing David brought a sweatshirt for ...
... Caucasian without Asian! (Dan's dad joke). Our tour guide said everything in Chinese and then English. A few stops for bathroom breaks and lunch then our first attraction, The Secret Caverns. The caves are 80,000 years old, very narrow and wet but beautiful with a waterfall at the bottom. You couldn't help but get your feet soaked. Felt sorry for the girls wearing ugg boots, they would have 2 wet sheep coming out of the caves. When we got out of ...
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