Niagara Lodge & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... of thought they'd be huge, so I must admit I was a bit disappointed.
We asked about taking a behind the falls tour, but there was a 2 hour wait, so needless to say, that was no option. It was so darned hot (31C) we needed rehydrating, and managed to find a nice area with umbrellas for shade, so we had a nice drink and watched the crowds.
I was a bit too slow getting my camera out, as a lady Mountie walked ...
... year, with ice coating everything around and the falls themselves crashing onto a 6ft thick wedges of ice with the occasional chunk coming over.
There were no tours running, the Maid of the Mist may have struggled without skates, and helicopters probably can't land on ice, so our 35 minutes was plenty of time to ooh and ahh and take lots of pictures.
As it was Valentines day we indulged in a ...
... the edge which gives you an idea of the force behind the water flow. The day was rainy on the Canadian side but when you walked down to the US side it was perfectly clear. Absolutely bizarre.
Our group had tickets for the Maid of the Mist boat tour where in exchange for your ticket we are all turned in to blue oompah loompas and sent down by the river to wait for our turn on the boat. Thankfully Tisha and I got a ...
... We have lunch in a small town called Belfast in a diner serving really nice home made soup.
Our next stop is Letchworth State Park to see some waterfalls. On the way we stop to help a lady whose car had just caught on fire. It was an electrical fire under the hood and Paul tried to put it out, but it was too far gone. No one was hurt.
The weather has been beautiful ...
... challenges ever! Niagara Falls was also the palace where I finally caved and did a tiny bit of shopping as I really wanted to have a Canadian souvenir! Among other little things (and some gift ideas), I got a cute sleep mask with a moose on it - how Canadian! :) One clear reminder/lesson from Niagara/Canada though was to always look left and right and left again before crossing any road! Well actually it should be to look right, then left and then right again but old tricks ...