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... museum-y type of place, and lots of kids because, darn it, it's still term time till next week!!! Of course, then it will be Summer Hols and it will be crowded with even more kids, I suppose!
One good thing was that the military re-enactors were there plying their trade as practise for the summer holidays, and I was fortunate enough to arrive just in time to see one of them actually doing Musket drill ... firing it twice, once with ...
... do you get to see that in your life?
We opened the door and the wind and cold hit us like a brick wall, we had never ever experienced anything like this, it was totally foreign but we just started walking towards 1st Avenue, the snow was already about 8 inches deep on the footpaths and on the roads, in fact covering absolutely everything, we could barely walk and I was looking forward to getting into the warmth of the cab. The wind was incredibly fast ...
... and a night out on the town.
Hitting up the Casino and deciding we should save our gambling losses for Vegas so we went in search of a bar. Well we found karaoke which resulted in Michelle giving Kiara extra drinks so she got up and sang. We all know Kiara’s singing is terrible so the night ended shortly after that.
Waking up the following morning was a challenge, maybe a couple too many double ...
... we found a perfect place for the Big Muf to be parked...once again paying for two parking places!). We stopped for a light lunch at a local restaurant (forgot the name…senior moment??) and then looked in a few more stores before heading back to the RV, leaving Niagara on the Lake at 1:45.
From there we headed to the town of Niagara Falls in Ontario. We stopped at one campground that was somewhat depressing with lots of seasonal residents and ...
... the Bridal Veil Falls and motors into the swirling waters of the Horseshoe Falls. Passengers (tourists) are issued with blue plastic ponchos for protection against the massive spray that encompasses the boat as it journeys into the base of the falls. From above it looks like a toy boat covered in blue plastic bubbles being tossed in the foaming waters. It is loud and wet and heaps of fun. After this hour of entertainment (including queuing, but not ...