Knights Inn - Lundy'S Lane
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The Canadian side is way better than the US one because you get a better view of the horse show shaped falls. We have been getting some really cool go pro footage of our whole trip. Scott and James also bought one each in NYC so we all have been working the camera. Allana and I have been compiling all our footage into a movie! We love it, we have made 4 separate ones of our travels and put music to all the google stuff we put into ...
Last night we took a chance to see if we would be able to view the fireworks from our hotel room. Luck was with us and we had a bird's eye view of the vivid display. The fireworks were breathtaking over the side of the falls. It was the perfect ending of a wonderful day.
This morning we woke to partial sunny skies. It was a bit cooler and of course we dressed like it was in the 100's. Yesterday we overdressed and we were ...
... dry off before the next part of the tour - journey behind the falls which is exactly that. The best part is walking out alongside the falls but again your quickly in for a soaking. The last part is Niagaras fury which is a 4D movie type ride which explains how the falls were created. As this creation involves water you get sprayed every couple of seconds! As we were already pretty wet it didn't really matter. The highlight of the day came when we visited ...
... Falls. This made it worst for Richard he was now in meltdown mode. Drove along Niagara Parkway the town is packed with wet tourists turned left into Lundy's Lane passed Canada's largest entertainment complex of Clifton Hill. Pulled into a shop carpark and had lunch.
This is when we both wanted to catch the first plane home the day has been a complete disaster of nothing going right. Missed all the turns back to Willoughby Street (told Richard ...
... as far as the bus went in the opposite direction. The whirlpool car crosses at a point where the river takes such a sharp right angled turn that the force of the water has gouged out a huge gorge from softer rock and soil, and the rapidly turning water spirals into a churning mess below. I thought I got a good enough view from the edge without paying to cross it. Once back in town, I decided it might be a good idea to see the falls from the American side, so I walked ...