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There are waterfalls and then there is Niagara.
An amazing day out enjoying the mist off the falls, especially so when the temperature is in the 30s, nature's air-conditioning.
We visited 30 years ago with Nimisha and she loved being in the mist - we missed her very much today.
Things have changed, some parts are a bit tacky but nothing takes away from the splendour of the falls.
... experience…Cave of the Winds. We were issued each with a plastic bag, we all looked at each other wondering what they were for. We were then given another poncho and a sandals, we were to take off our shoes and put theses sandals on and then of course our shoes in the plastic bag. We went in a lift that took us part of the way down the falls. We then walked across a boardwalk and up three flights of stairs, after each lot of stairs there was a platform ...
... movements, once with quick Battle reload movements. See the photo!
Lots of other stuff, of course, and there weren't that many kids, so some of the re-enactory-y people were able to chat about their particular building, occupation or whatever in between hordes of snotty nosed groups. The usual sorts of things - the Blacksmith, Carpenter/Cooper, Officer's Cook and more.
Lots of stuff on the War of 1812 - which, strangely enough, ...
... to know that this fun vehicle is conserving fuel, and imprinting a smaller carbon footprint across the country, I’m sure there is more to learn and collect about the lack of environmental impact this trip has comparable to a regular mid size rental car. Maybe there will be a fun graph of this produced on the trip back!
Taking the scenic route to Chicago, we ...
... the subway station we figured out where we needed to go and tried to get tickets for the train....silly English people thinking we needed tickets! After a bizarre conversation with the very rude man at the ticket booth we worked out that the bus ticket included the train. So we got on the train. The hotel was in a district called Cabbagetown and we walked here from the subway. It was now dark but we found the hotel ok and checked in. It was ...