Niagara Lodge & Suites
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... crowds of tourists into the falls, we were keen to get on and experience it for ourselves. Not realising there was a Canadian version, we were heading for the famous Maid of the Mist, which launches from the US side of the river. After a quick stop at the duty free shop (where we bought a couple of cheap bottles of Canadian red wine) it was across the Rainbow Bridge and the border back to US soil. Arriving at the checkpoint, we both ...
... down and ears were covered....... Poor Cooper had a tooth ache last night and was fairly well drugged up so even though he crashed and slept solid he's pretty tired today. We get a bit further down the road and Coopers not happy whining but won't say what he wants, we finally work out he wants to go to the bathroom, so off the main road again and we stop at a McDonalds to use the restrooms, then everyone, beginning with Mitch :-) wants food. It's 11am, we didn't ...
Had a later start than we planned. Just took our time this morning with breakfast at the hotel. Around 10:30 we headed out. Again, we drove on Rt 90, straight, same farmlands, plenty of corn and potatoes again.
We were making good time until we got close to the Canadian border. We then got in a very long line waiting to enter Canada. Once at Immigration, it was a snap. Where were we staying, how long, by the way, ...
... dry off before the next part of the tour - journey behind the falls which is exactly that. The best part is walking out alongside the falls but again your quickly in for a soaking. The last part is Niagaras fury which is a 4D movie type ride which explains how the falls were created. As this creation involves water you get sprayed every couple of seconds! As we were already pretty wet it didn't really matter. The highlight of the day came when we visited ...
... plenty of room to move around in our big blue garbage bag-like raincoats as we steamed down to the roaring Horseshoe Falls. If they'd seemed intimidating from above, observing safe and relatively dry from the edge, then they were awesome and even a bit terrifying from below. If you'd stood right at the front of the boat, you may as well have just turned a hose on yourself and be done with it, I've never heard so much screaming when people are obviously enjoying ...