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... his life for him or something… After going along with the Italy plans for what, three months? OK… well great, thanks. Good timing, jerk.
Trying to forget everything, I took a bus out of town the morning I was supposed to be kicked out of the crappiest hotel room in the world. I guess the principals thought I was going to trash their apartment, so the school graciously put me in there. I don't know.
On my way to the first ...
... our quick dry pants don't stay wet for long.
Having mastered the light switches, tonight's challenge was the tap. Turning did not produce water, neither did pushing on the top or to the sides. All that was left was to pull the round top up. How much up controls the rate of water and turning, the temperature. I did not think there could be so many different types of taps. What an education. The water was lovely and hot and flow was strong - great shower.
... running down (from 70ft up) and get some photos - by this stage we could see a bit of both sides of the horseshoe but the middle was still blocked with mist. We caught the venicular car up to our hotel and grabbed a hot drink before heading up to the room to dry off a little before heading our again.
The car got brought around and we piled in and headed to the border to cross back to the American side. From this side we were able to view The ...
... like the tours only operate in the warmer months and everyrhing shuts down for winter. It has the be the only place in Canada that slows down because of the cold??!! The town is made up of 3 main roads. Niagra Falls Blvd which runs along the falls and then 2 others. One of these includes Clifton Hill. This short road contains endless opportunities to play amusement games, eat take out and do touristy things. At one point you think ...
... lakes and islands from the car as Richard drove round the lake.
Walked along the Niagara River to the Table Rock House Visitors Centre where we caught the WDGO bus to the White Water Rapids stop (to far to walk today). The bus was packed this morning and of all things the lifts to all the attractions were not working. Glad we did all those attractions yesterday the sky isn't as clear as yesterday very misty and ...