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... lunch and watched the falls while I ate, and I never got sick of the view. The sound of the water crashing down and the mist that rises up from it was all so relaxing I really didn't want to leave. So I didn't :) I decided that I would ride the Ferris Wheel across from the falls so that I could get a view from high above. The Ferris Wheel is a total tourist trap (its something like $12 for an 8 minute ride), but I found it to be totally worth ...
... The spray at the bottom of the falls themselves varies, but sometimes obscures much of the water fall, an achievement in itself. Some of the vantage points were out of action, walkways not maintained in winter, but the main footpath round the top gives a great view. If you want to go further, the maid of the mist sails in closer to get you wet, behind the falls lets you walk in behind, the fury of the falls takes you elsewhere and the Skylon, with its bulbous yellow ...
... then the crunch comes he says ok you have the visa wavier thing but its still going to cost you 6 dollars to get into to the states sheesh i know they are broke and all but to charge people admission but then again America is the worlds biggest fun park.
So off we go and let me tell you one thing we ( Baz and Taz) will not be responsible for any missing squirrels just to let you all know. The first place we went to was so scary it was head rushing scary the hairs stood on ...
... the man who had already been so helpful to us, gave us a ticket that made the clothes tax free.... this brought the price to the exact amount in our bank account. What a nice man!!!! Everyone should go to the Solomon store on Lundys Lane in Niagara.
We also stopped into the body shop and got some super cheap shower gel so we could wash off the feeling of bed bugs. After dropping out purchases back to the hostel and finally getting away from the chatty ...
... and was a proper bargain. So this is how I started my journey from Chicago to Montreal.
At Chicago's union station hundreds of people all waited at the gate for our train to be ready to board. The train was going from Chicago to NYC and the whole journey would take about 21 hours. I had heard how bad the train system in the US is but I was willing to give it a try for the experience. I struggled to see why so many other people were doing it. I also had the ...