Budget Inn & Suites at the Falls - Niagara
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... for better views and photos. Next we went Niagara Falls to do the cave walk behind the falls. This was pretty cool :-) After the caves we went and did a Hornblower 'formally know as Made of the Mist' tour. It was amazing to get so close to the falls, a highlight of the trip so far. After the tour we had free time in the area so I had lunch with Danielle at Wendy's Hamburgers. 4 stars for there hamburgers *yum At 6 we headed back out again as a group for ...
... our passports so couldn't go on the Canadian side which we had been told was even better....maybe 3am starts are not the best for remembering things!!
We walked around for a while and just figured out where to buy tickets for the activities we wanted to do and then decided to go get a table and wait for our friends. Hard Rock was pretty cool and Darren enjoyed looking at all of the memorabilia...we had a really nice lunch and it was great catching up ...
... ways with Todd, he headed out to visit a ham radio buddy, John, VE3EJ, who lives out by Grimsby. Ciera and I explored, we didn't spend much time viewing the falls as it was 29 and soooo very humid. Tuesday is supposed to be cooler so we will spend more time outdoors. Ciera and I climbed aboard the WEGO transit bus and started off at the Butterfly Conservatory, there are over 2000 butterflies and more than 60 ...
... full of Jewish men and boys, all with curls primped and with elaborately decorated prayer books in hand, so now I know where they were all staying. And the chief pooh bah was there, distinguished by a big square hat and everyone kowtowing to him. An excellent hairdo later we were on our way out of town and out of Canada. Troy collected our luggage (another tip) and, always the consummate professional, directed us to the easiest route to the border so Rosie got to have a bit of a ...
... her 4 with lots of oooohing and ahhhing and giving me thumbs up and telling the rest of her crew she asked for a family photo, so Dale none too impressed posed with the rest of us for this very nice Taiwanese lady!! She asked if we were local and when I said Australia, whether I was not pronouncing it very well for her, she was not familiar with it. I just told her its a whole other country!! She was satisfied with that. We boarded ...