Super 8 - Niagara Falls / Buffalo
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Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
... park eatery. The view was incredible, the service, ambience and food top notch, and, although pricey, well worth it. After our leisurely lunch, we headed out to the Cave of the Winds. They give you another poncho, yellow this time, a pair of throw away sandals and a plastic bag to but your own shoes into. You board an elevator that takes you down to the Hurricane Deck where you can walk up close and personal to the waters cascading ...
... since after all that is what we had come to see. Thankfully our trip was in the off season. This meant that things were cheaper and no one else was there (other than the Japanese tour groups). We got a parking spot close to the falls and headed toward Rainbow bridge. Rainbow bridge is the main pedestrian and vehicle bridge between the USA and Canada in Niagara Falls. We spent about 30 min on the ...
... all of us and bottles of water. She said that even though it was quite cool first thing in the morning it would be very hot by lunch time, which was very hard to believe as we were freezing!
There are not just the Falls to explore, there are lots of other places to explore as well prior to getting to the falls and then after we had been to the falls. After exploring the American side of the falls, we went on the boat ride, Maid of the Mist, which takes you right ...
... dramatic and also very green.
The whole trip was about 450 miles door to door. This made for just over 7 1/2 hours of driving plus pit stops. The boys did well - not too much complaining. It was a good break-in trip for everyone.
It was really nice having the camper so we could just access the refrig when we needed extra food and use the bathroom instead ...
... is also special, in a different way. You go down an elevator to the bottom of the gorge and walk along wooden walkways that go beside and almost under the falls in places. It's self-guided and you go at your own pace so you can spend as much or as little time as you wish. Our kids wanted to spend more time than most so we got wetter than most. There is one level called the Hurricane Deck where you are being pounded by water at high velocity, almost like being in a Force 5 gale. ...
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