Niagara Lodge & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Not sure if the long distance photo will turn out.
Much refreshed, we then had to slowly make our way back to where the car was parked.
Decision time whether to go to Niagara on the falls village or head back to near Joanie's house. So we took a punt and decided on the first option. We'd been told that the traffic out there was heavy. We saw no evidence of that thankfully.
What a delight in store ...
... in and enjoying the hotel, or getting up and enjoying the sights. We decided on getting up, and proceeded to sleep in. We awoke at around 9:30, tired indeed. "What's this?" said Beth, picking up the white piece of paper that we found under our door the next day. "$127?! But we'd already paid?" I looked at the piece of paper, yep $127 alright. What on earth had we touched that we weren't supposed to? Beth messaged Uncle Vaughn - 'you paid right?' Slightly worried we looked ...
... down to get a closer look at the falls! They were amazing, but it was freezing and the closer we got the temperature kept dropping, there was more ice and more mist coming off the falls- we were saturated after only taking a few photos close to the falls, worth it though. We had tickets to the journey behind the falls, where u can walk in the tunnels behind and the see the falls, however it was still so cold they were frozen over!! We were disappointed but not ...
... to ignore this as we only had the two days which we did not intend to spend slipping down the wet hillsides in our converse! After we'd dropped off our stuff and surveyed the bed situation - I was on top bunk this time and I instantly regretted it (see picture) - we headed off to find the actual Falls. Just 5 mins walk from the hostel we found Center St, which I like to describe as Canada's Blackpool, with ...
... but today I just couldn't keep awake. Hope one of the Chinese haven't taken a picture of me and put it on their blog like I did to a couple of them on our San Francisco tour.
Our first stop today was at Watkins Glen where we took a gorge walk. After that we travelled through some very pretty countryside. It's a big wine growing region in the finger lake district. One good thing about travelling on a bus is that you're high up, so we ...