Rodeway Inn By The Falls
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... delightful village, similar in lots of ways to South Australia's Hahndorf, or Washington State's Leavenworth.
As we turned into the main street, I asked if it was possible to go on a horse drawn carriage ride. So to my delight we only had a 10 minute wait till one was available.
Our driver owned Ebony the lovely big horse, and as we ambled through the village, she told us lots of different tales plus pointed ...
... paper again. Oh. It pays to read I think. The top of the page: Room 12, someone called Nicholas. Not our bill after all! That's what happens when Beth gets too used to having Nick on the papers at home!
After showers we walked down to Starbucks for free plastic spoons, and went back up to eat the cereal we had brought, out of the (free) cups, with milk we'd bought from the mini mart last night. Hotel breakfast indeed! By the time we were finished it was almost ...
... to see that either. Next we headed to the 4D experience of Niagara fury, that was interesting. It explained how the falls became in a video and then we went into another room where they had a simulator of the falls and mist and a screen taking you through the area, it was as if you were standing up against them. Cold and wet we headed to Starbucks to warm up and to use the free wifi. We got recommended to the to coco cabana, a Brazilian restaurant where they come around ...
... haunted houses and weird waxworks of criminals, all charging a fortune of course. But past all that we found the Falls, which were spectacular. There are 2 parts to it, with Table Rock at one end and another one closer to the American side. The only trouble with it was the mist produced by the water, you could barely see Table Rock. Hiding from the rain, we took full advantage of Tim Hortons and their free ...
... lovely views of the vineyards framed by Lake Seneca in the background. The little colonial town of Geneva was almost picture perfect, complete with folks in rocking chairs on the front verandas.
We arrived on the American side of Niagara Falls about 7.30pm we had a little walk around then went to see a presentation of Smokin Joe's Spirit of the Mist. It is a traditional song and dance show performed by native American Indians from ...