Rainbow Bed and Breakfast
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... nice and relaxed.
The Falls are of course breath taking... and no picture do it justice... although mine come close!! :-)
The Main street is bit of a carnival, and mainly for familys, but worth the walk, if not for the just for the hotdogs!!
Fantastic day out and the sunset was to die for - se Niagara on the lake pics! :-)
... of historic interest. We thought this was such a cool way of seeing the village, then even better she recommended a pub for dinner.
It was built like an Olde English pub. On the menu was even a Ploughman's lunch. Paul and Joan had fish and chips which were served on newspaper on a plate! I had a yummy Fisherman's pie.
Thankfully the ride back wasn't as long,as Joanie went down the expressway.
Thanks very much pal ...
... than the American one, plus it was in a 'cool horseshoe shape'. I smiled and said they were cool, personally thinking the American ones were much more photogenic. Probably because it was dark and the large cloud of mist created by the Canadian falls obscured my view.
We walked all the way to the end of the Canadian falls, having not yet discovered that we couldn't get to our hotel this way. We looked for a way to cut up the steep incline to our hotel which ...
... or walk along the riverbank, looking down over the river from the raised road-it is quite a walk). Or, the same, but hop off earlier, with few other people, avoiding the bus taking you further away from the falls, and walk. Not, in my case, down the obvious road, Falls road, because the snow was thick enough on the pavements that people were walking on the roads, and Falls road is a dual carriageway. A parallel road did the job. After a moment of 'was I right to get off ...
... be free to see the backside of Stewart, so we wandered across the bridge taking photo's of anything that moved or did not ran across some Aussies heading into Canada and had a natter with them then proceeded to the American Border security they wandered around typical power play one bloke looked at us 6 times and did some stuff fiddling around till he saw a few more people coming in so decided we had waited long enough to come into America or it might have been the fact stewart ...