Candlelight Motor Inn
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... that the spare tyre was missing from the car, so it was a great relief to make it to the depot.
We had a very relaxing afternoon at a sports bar followed by a great Thai meal for dinner.
Tomorrow, we fly to Calgary to start our Rocky Mountaineer tour. Looking forward to no driving, no taxis, no restaurant hunting, just being pampered for the next 4 days.
... US falls. If you only have time or money for one activity, I would make it Cave of the Winds trip. There is no time limit. You are free to walk around there for as long as you like. The cost for this walk was less than the Canadian tunnel walk too. My hands and feet were quite cold by the time we had finished.
The Cave of the Winds walk is via a series of wooden steps and platforms which are removed every late autumn and replaced after the winter. The boards ...
... attraction but we weren't planning to so we just purchased single tickets at $10.99 plus tax-- that didn't seem overly priced for the experience. When we got to the top the first round we were stopped there for a bit and I think we both wondered why we did this but it wasn't too bad in the end and I'm glad we decided to do it. More wandering around a visit to the second casino briefly to donate ...
... the bus with next stop somewhere to eat. We went to Hardrock and Alex did a shot and got a free Niagara shot glass but we got up from our table cuz the food was expenno.
We walked back towards the falls and took more photos, and went on the coolest simulator ever about the creation of the falls. It was a huge moving platform that had water and fake lightning and rock sounds that simulated the creation of ...
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