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... slipped down the hill on grass that was wet from the falls. Much to the amusement of everyone else that'd taken the sensible, but long way. Of course Beth was the only one that didn't slip - and the shortcut was her suggestion too!
Finally we got down to the road directly infront of the falls: I was amazed at the amount of people out and about! It was about 9pm by that time and there was not a spare spot along the railing! People even had picnic blankets and ...
When we woke up we walked down to look at the falls and went on a boat ride called maid of the mist. I could not take many photos when we were nearly under the falls as there was so much water…We got on the boat and went right up to horseshoe falls but I could not take many photos as there was so much water…. We saw someone singing like Elvis Presley near the pier when we got off the boat.
After that we went to have a look at a house that had been ...
... on the boat ride near the falls and jumped on the next boat I could in my sexy free blue rain coat. It was great and I was really really surprised at how wet and misty the maid of the mist was. This is just one of the many unsurprising things I have been surprised at, including how rocky the rocky mountains are. After returning to dry land I grabbed some lunch and as I strolled around the town I soon discover that it was a really terrible Vegas for old people with quite a ...
... be pretty awesome, but I was not prepared for this! Just the sheer amount of water going over the edge is incredible. We walked out onto the look out that the Americans have built on their side for a better view. Basically it's like half a bridge and sticks out over the gorge. It was pretty windy and cold, but the view was amazing.
We headed back to the car and got onto the bridge that takes cars over to Canada. Had to line up for awhile, but at least we had the nice view to ...
... too many trees. We walked up to a little corner store and got some food then back to the theatre by around 8:45.
Next on the agenda was the Skylon Tower, we got our tickets and then rode the elevator to the top. Skylon Tower, is an observation tower that overlooks both the American Falls and the larger Horseshoe Falls from the Canadian side of the Niagara River. Construction of the Skylon began in May 1964 and ...