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Waking up to the sun peaking through the curtains and with a little man in my head with a mini pik hitting against my head. Packing the back pack for the short walk to union street station in downtown Toronto to catch the 9 am train to nigrara falls. Getting to station walking through a ghost town on Toronto, working out how the ticket machine work. ( remember me + technology = deaster.) Ticket bought and tummy rumbling time to find food and coffee. With my greatest 6th sense ...
Day 36: 5,003 miles
Saturday, July 6th
After giving Howard and Margaret big hugs, I headed out for Niagara Falls. Howard had promised that I would respond to them the same way I had when I first saw Casa Loma (i.e., "Holy Sh--, that's really a castle!"), and he wasn't far wrong.
[Left] I was determined to do the entire tourist thing while I was ...
Sorry no time for a story atm - will give you the full rundown soon. Anyhow, they say a picture paints 1000 words so actually you have 6000 words (I wonder if anyone has tried something like that on a minimum word assignment. . . just a thought!) Update: Friday 11th Actually just about everything I could say about Monday eve and Tuesday at Niagara Falls IS written with the photos ...
... down a wet hill. Except I don't have any shame. Wet and muddy I made it to the falls. Being next to Horseshoe falls was one of the most powerful experiences in my life. The power and beauty is astounding. There is palpable energy in the air from the force of the water that I can't sufficiently describe. They're massive, continuous and completely impressive. Fun fact: They shut the water off every night at 2 am. ...
We rise early today as we have been advised there are queues to do the Maid of the Mist, and we don't like queues.
Violet cooks us another lovely breakfast of bacon and eggs, with stewed pears, peaches and a home made rice custard. She is an amazing host and we are really enjoying our stay.
First adventure of the day is White Water Walk to see category 6 rapids. We can park our bike here ...