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Slept in a little this morning, before having the most disgusting overloaded breakfast at Denny's you have ever seen. How can people eat so much food in one go - for breakfast! We then walked down to the Canadian side of the river and saw the spectacular American, Bridal Veil and Horseshoe Falls - which together make up the Niagara Falls we all know - for the first time. Wow. Like The Grand Canyon, it is hard for words to describe how incredible the ...
... boards and artifacts from the early European times when the Gorge was being used to create hydro-electricity. There is still a power station in the gorge which supplies a large amount of electricity to America's north-east. There was also some really interesting information displayed about how ice bridges are formed when the river is jammed with ice floes. When this happens people are able to walk on the river below the falls. In earlier times there would be street stalls ...
... a taxi for us who picked us up and took us to our hotel (if you can call it that). When we got across the border they checked our passports and the taxi drivers licence, but there was something he wanted to pull him in for, so we waited...and waited. Meanwhile some couple in the car next to us had been pulled over for the goods they were carrying. The woman was trying to explain she was a Zumba teacher and had got some of her gear with her as well as a ...
... Chief John Norton (Teyoninhokarawen) was of Scottish and Cherokee ancestry adopted by the Mohawk Chief Joseph Brant. He rose to become the principal war chief of the Six Nations of Iroquois an important ally of the British.
Enough of the history of a very interesting tour of Fort George I went overboard with the photos.
The Fort is an impressive structure of six massive ...
... the river gorge and lead us to Goat Island. Once we were safely across to the other side we took a short trail which took us on a small bridge. This took us across to Luna Island which was a small island separating the American Falls and a smaller waterfall called the Bridal Veil Falls. This was an amazing sight and allowed us to get so close to both falls and gave great views. Once back across the other side and with temperatures in the early thirties ...
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