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... in her mind that it was strange to have a young male as a babysitter..... I don't know, but it was a strange comment!! They ask all sorts of questions, where are you coming from, is it a hire car, where we have just been, when are we leaving, where are we staying, do we have any alcohol or cigarettes, do we have any firearms or explosives....... We got sent through with no dramas at all! So we have arrived at or Niagara Falls hotel!! We pulled in and unloaded our ...
... falls formed though an interactive presentation. Time to don the ever-so attractive ponchos.
We jumped in an elevator and dropped down around 40m to the platform at the base of the falls. This is the closest they let you get to the thundering force of nature. The wind was howling around spraying water absolutely everywhere. In 1901 ...
... and as we had to stay in our clothes for the rest of the day, it wasn't thaaaat funny... :-)
Apart from the boat tour, there is not much to see/do in Niagara... There are some museums that you can visit but we decided against it. The falls are impressive, but after having see the Iguazu Falls on the Brazilian/Argentinian border, they seem really small in comparison... So be sure to visit them in a reverse order than I did!
... immaculately kept, with houses on the left and the river on the right. There's also a recreational trail that seems to go most of the way up, so there were bicyclists and joggers out enjoying the sunshine. The Parkway brought us right up to the Falls, something I've always wanted to see (check that one off the list).
There were a lot of people, but it wasn't terribly crowded. I found parking easily and we walked ...
... change the colours of the lights on the falls. That was lots of fun! We would pick footy teams or our favourite colours and make the falls match.
The town of Niagara Falls itself is quite interesting. It is completely built upon tourism and the casinos. There are some very tacky museums and lots of very "touristy" things. Even though many people feel that it is silly, I think that if I lived over here I would like to spend a longer holiday at Niagara ...