Knights Inn By The Falls
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... First off, the Behind the Falls tour – you enter a series of
tunnels built under the falls as part of the hydro power generation system. Off
the main tunnel are two short arms which lead directly behind the waterfall.
Apparently if there is an easterly blowing they get very wet indeed!
Fortunately we had a gusty westerly so the place was fairly dry – but
thunderously noisy! As ...
On our way back through the border there was a guy waiting in line on his bike aha we all found this rather amusing!
Tonight we went to The Keg Bar and Grill in our hotel, for dinner with a view. Once again our view was obstructed by mist but that was to be expected. We all enjoyed a protein fix and shared a decadent selection of desserts. Sadly we couldn't even see the falls lit up when the lights came on due to the mist. We missed ...
... able to visit this beautiful natural wonder. We decided to drive to "Niagara on the Lake", which is a beautiful community, with interesting architecture. Many homes are built with brick and have huge lots. Of course, there were the dozens of wineries (no time to stop to visit). One day we would like to come back and linger in the area, walk the ...
... the B&B's, Whirlpool Golf Club, Butterfly Conservatory, the Botanical Gardens till we reached the Sir Adam Beck Hydro Power Plant. What a huge plant on both sides of the Niagara River generating power for both Canada and the USA. Met a lovely french couple from Quebec who wrote down some places for us to see in Ottowa, Montreal and Quebec. Further down the road we pulled over where other cars were to view the ...
... a shepherd. I used ...