7 Days Inn Niagara Falls
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... Pancakes - great when you are eating it but you feel rubbish straight afterwards) for lunch and Perkins (my preference so far) for dinner. It felt like everything was smothered in cheese, so you had to order quite carefully but we got some decent meals.
There are million ways to experience the falls in Niagara - all costing roughly $20 so we did four:
1) on the Skywheel - like a slightly smaller London Eye which provided a good view over the Falls ...
Headed out this morning at just after 7. Off through New Jersey and on to new frontiers. We've all got assigned seating and I'll be sitting next to Antoinette for the trip. We do move 5 seats every day so we do get different vantage points from the bus which is good. The tour director and the bus driver are awesome, very entertaining. We've been hearing all about moose and bears and other things and the driver and I have ...
... finally got onto Hwy 407 the Express Toll Route and guess what we are down to one lane roadworks on a Saturday this went on for a while till turn off 34 West London.
Couldn't see much with the pelting rain Richard had swollen eyes with blurred vision I was keeping my eyes on the GPS to make sure we were going in the right direction. We kept to the far right (speed is 100kms) to let the maniac's travel at high speeds in the rain.
... lasted the entire 3 days that I was there, don't ask me how that happened! I kept going to buy a new one but every time I scanned the old one, it just kept accepting it, so who was I to question, I just enjoyed and made the most of the two days of free rides! Arriving at Table Rock, I heard them and saw that spray rising hundreds of metres into the air before the incredible rush of water appeared before me. The river was a deep, dark blue right up to the edge of the ...
... Roosevelt was sworn into presidency on September 14th, 1901. And thus began one of his many terms of presidency. Without that happening Theodore Roosevelt would have never became president and the United States probably wouldn’t be how it is today. My advice would be to Obama would be to respect the decisions of others and not to lay fold your cards until you know what is on the table.