Rodeway Inn By The Falls
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... through. Eventually we found a Starbucks attached to a bookstore and used their WIFI to check Gab's e-mails to find the address of the hotel. Then we found that the GPS didn't work in Canada.
Back into the bookstore to buy a local map and drove around for a long time getting frustrated and not finding where we were on the map. Fortunately Gabrielle had written down the phone number of the hotel as well as the address so she ...
... I read that we needed to try the pierogis and the Pironti Brothers sandwich. First up were the pierogies----cheapish at $5 these cheese/potato filled ravioli-ish treats had more greasiness on them than 14 pepperoni pizzas combined. We added the grilled onions and sour cream as suggested (and our own topping of jalapenos) but nothing could cut the grease on these babies. Being a cheese filled pouch Chris counted himself out after bite one. I hate to waste food so I forced ...
... us closer but only just managing to stay stationary to give us a full soaking.
As we got to the closest point I look up to take in the full height and force of this waterfall through squinting eyes and screwed up face. All this framed by my blue plastic hood tied tight to avoid the wet dog look that was to follow.
The picture perfect falls were finished with blasts of sunshine through the black and threatening clouds ...
... at first driving on the wrong side etc! A lot of the lanes seem to just all of a sudden turn into exits so you've got to pay close attention to signs and plan well ahead which wasn't fun with tired eyes! However we made it in one piece, toll roads cutting over "Long Island" saving us 20minutes drive time. Entering Canada was very smooth - a drive up to a booth as you do at a toll-road then a ...
... and went down to see the falls illuminated. Personally I don't think you need to try and enhance these falls but during the evening the lights bring a different ambiance to them.
A highly enjoyable day done, we retired for the evening and the next day headed back into the same casino where we took out a membership for free parking in Sam's name this time and this time walked out with $30 and free parking. Feeling like our work ...
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