Americas Best Value Inn
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... beneath a fine spray of ice water. In my own group, we had a sweet boy from Calgary circa Lahore and a Palestinian-Italian circa California. I stood at the foot of the Falls watching the huge weight of water pouring over in a tumult of green-blue, hushed, frozen, timeless. But perhaps what really amazed me was the way in which we had globalised the vastness of the world to bring everything so close, within reaching, touchable. The world in a tour ...
First off --- Gorgeous! We got in a little after 9pm but just in time for the colored lights. (Apparently at 9:30 pm they put on a beautiful mixed color light show) Worth either waiting til the sun goes down while you are there or coming at night. Our trip we thought was going to be quiet, romantic.. just enjoy the view... we were wrong. As soon as we got out of the van this kid popped up out of nowhere, as if hiding in the bushes, and went on and ...
... to gain fame, some as part of their work in movies and some because they are just plain stupid. Jean François Blondin Gravelet (Blondini) walked over the falls on a wire in 1859, he was the first person to do this and he created a craze for the next 35 years. October 24 1901 (Kate Dinnings's birthday but a few years later of course) 63-year-old Michigan school teacher Annie Edson Taylor was the first person to go over the falls in a barrel as a ...
After getting our tire fixed yesterday we headed out to Niagara Falls (although our ultimate destination last night was my niece, Danielle Dwyer's house). As we headed north we noticed the toll road, so we quickly got on Google maps to see if there was another route that wouldn't charge tolls and wouldn't add too much extra time, enter route 5. According to Google, it was only an extra 20 minutes (it turned out to be faster because of traffic backups on 90). We ended up driving ...
... for the aquarium, which “tanked” us for visiting. We took a foot bridge to the Discovery Center and bypassed it to walk along the cliff above the Niagara River that connects Lake Erie to the eventual Atlantic Ocean. One of the first plaques informed us of the initial importance of the bridge spanning across the river, connecting US to Canada, especially the economic implications. I won’t pretend to be an expert on the matter, I ...