Red Carpet Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Raynaud's set in! Verrry cold, I couldn't have stayed much longer if I wanted to. You also get the spray from the falls so after a couple of minutes we were getting pretty wet anyway. We then visited the horseshoe falls back on the Canadian side. You can get pretty close on this side too, but not like the American Falls. The best view and best photogenic aspect of the falls - in my opinion - is the horseshoe. It's truly amazing. Half the falls were frozen, and majority ...
... and Superior. All of the outflow empties into the Niagara river and eventually cascades over the falls to empty into Lake Ontario and eventually to the Atlantic. It is considered "fossil" water as about 95% is left over melt water from the great ice age glaciers and is non-renewable. By the end of our Great Canadian ramble we will have seen all of the Great Lakes, and each one feels like an immense ocean. Niagara Falls wasn't really on our must see list, but it is truly ...
... The guy behind the desk was no help and just said there is no communication between the buses and the centre but they do sometimes get caught up at Immigrations. The bus finally arrived at 9:30, the driver let a couple of people at the front of the queue on mumbled that the bus was full, slammed the doors closed behind him and left! As we were at the front of the queue and heard him we passed the message along to the other 10 or so people left ...
We got a little wet going down behind the falls!
We desperately needed some exercise so did a 23km bike ride from Lock 1 to Lock 6 on the Welland Canal. There is a great museum explaining all the history where we stopped for lunch. We didn't know ...
... near the fire, we hit the road again.
We opted to take the toll road to avoid the traffic and intersections and headed south towards Pennsylvania. Dad continued driving while Gloria dozed again, Brian got a cat nap as well and I puttered on the blog and shared a few pictures. The area we traveled through was littered with wineries. We were alerted when the truck experienced a long stretch of rumble strip! I asked Dad if things were going ...