Carriage House Motor Lodge
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... into Corning for lunch at the Corning Museum of Glass. Here we were able to see beautiful glass creations, and a demonstration of making a glass bowl. We journeyed on towards Buffalo, and arrived at the Canadian border, where we could see the fast flowing rapids of the Niagara River. Customs checked our passports, then we were in Canada!!
... bolted onto the rocks, they are just positioned to withstand the forces. They sometimes have to do repairs during the season.
We had lunch at the snack bar - a grilled chicken hot sandwich for me and a hamburger for Wes. They were literally just a piece of chicken and a meat pattie on a bun. No sauce, spread or salad.
The trolley ticket was $2 for all day, hop on hop off. Caught the trolley bus to the next stop -Terrapin Point. Here you are close up ...
... and then we decided to head home to the KOA. The bus works better than in Vegas as it is not so busy and does travel fairly quickly, as I mentioned it was about a 1/2 hour ride from the campground to the main Falls area.
I did spy some history as we sought out the campground -- Lundy Lane Battlefield of the War of 1812-1814. Two hundred year anniversary this year.
The icing on the ...
... There was a huge screen so we could see like ice moving and crashing around, all the while with our feet moving from underneath us.
We settled on lunch at applebees which was good and while we were in there, it started snowing again. We got inside and lost a very quick $20 on Casino war and decided it was time to go. We got a free trip back to Toronto on the casino shuttle and passed out as soon as we got back ...
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