Americas Best Value Inn - Chalet Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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Up early on Saturday morning and off to Union Station to catch the train to Niagara Falls. It takes about and hour and 15 minutes to get to Niagara Falls from Toronto.
We are staying in a hotel/motel one street back from the main strip. Not our best choice but it is clean and in walking distance to everything. We did have two events that …
... to be! They are huge, and loud, and the mist sometimes just merges with the clouds. The American Falls across the river were also stunning, but in a different way. While the water in horseshoe falls just falls straight down into the river, the American Falls are rocky so the water tumbles over rocks which is always pretty. Every night there is a light show on both sets of water falls, which is definitely worth a look if you're in town.
Being in wine country, ...
... we were quite drenched by the time we returned even with protective wear. It was a beautiful sight and a mighty powerful water supply that provides a 5th of the world's fresh water supply and 9/10ths of North Americas.
On our return we met up with our friend Jan Pearson. So lovely to catch up with her on her home territory rather than usually at Allan's mums farm in Wingham NSW. We had a meal in the hotels restaurant and shared lots of travel ...
... way to the mouth of the falls. As the boat made its way to the mouth of the falls the whole boat was soon getting drenched by the spray. We were further out than what we had experienced at Iguazu but the spray being produced here was massive. Inside the centre of the spray it was a whiteout and you couldn't see anything around you.
After the famous boat trip we walked along the edge of the cliffs to the viewing deck right at the point where ...
... leaflets! We drove back into town at 9pm to go and see the Falls lit up and watch the 4th of July fireworks on the other side of the Niagara River. We headed up into town after the celebrations and grabbed our first 'All Beef' hotdogs, lush. We also found a fudge factory where they made the fudge in the window and had about twenty flavours, so we went in there and bought some chocolate peanut butter fudge and a caramel brownie, which were both delicious. Deej ...