Budget Inn & Suites at the Falls - Niagara
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Oakville Remember how we were told there is nothing in Oakville? They were right, there is nothing in Oakville. The drive from Gananoque to Oakville is pretty uneventful. A few days ago we stopped at a roadside shop called Tim Hortons for soup and a cup of tea. With the elderly ladies who served us we thought Tim might have opened a shop to give his Mum and aunties a job. The more we drive we realise there are hundreds of Tim Hortons. Every roadside stop has one and they ...
... way plus tip, they have a list of times, or any time $85 plus tip. So we took a taxi and had a really nice driver, who gave us some tips and took us to Ontario, Canada. We booked him for the way back and he said he would take us via the American side so we got a bit of a look around as well. We went straight up to our room to get rid of our gear, and found we had the most amazing view from our room. We dig out our beanies, down jackets and gloves, it's freezing outside, ...
... rain gear, plus, water sandals, was a reminder of the incredible power of this 200' falls. The cloud of mist...more like rainfall with gale-wind forces was really experienced when on a 20-minute Maid of the Mist boat which took its passengers decked out in blue rain ponchos right up close and personal to both water falls. Drenched again...and definitely contributed to a bad hair day! Great ...
... told that thunderstorms were forecast for this afternoon so we decided to get the outdoor attractions done first. As we arrived just on opening time (9am) we were able to walk straight up to the Maid of the Mist boat ride with no queuing. A lift took us from the top of the observation tower down to the wharf just below the Rainbow Bridge. Before boarding we were issued with a blue rain poncho to protect us from the spray. The boat travels along the river past the ...
... It seemed as if I just closed my eyes and I felt the truck coming to a rolling stop. Dad pulled over and let Brian take over driving just before midnight. Half comatose, Gloria and I swapped places, allowing me to become a snoozing co-pilot. As soon as Brian got back on the main road I couldn't hold my eyes open. I vaguely recall him asking me something about gas and little else…
I was jolted awake as we pulled to the side of the ...