Knights Inn By The Falls
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... had the greatest bellman ever. After unloading, Dale, Mitch, Jordan and Cooper stayed in the car and drove to the casino just down the road to park. The hotel charges $35 for valet parking and $25 for self parking a night, we can park the car at the casino and leave it there until we leave on Thursday and the total would be a whole $5.00!! I checked in and they gave us a room on the 42nd floor!!! As the check in lady said, "if we were any higher, we would be sleeping on ...
... was the first person to survive going over the falls in a barrel. She even did it with her cat. Crazy lady.
We dried off for a bit and headed downstream to check one of only a handful of Level 6 white-water rapids in the world. The first man to swim the English Channel, Captain Matthew Webb, was the first man to attempt to swim ...
... at the Canadian side of stunning Niagara Falls!
Shrouded in mist it is still a totally AWESOME sight!
Rob didn't want to go out - can't understand why - it was a balmy 14 degrees with a wind chill of around 8 degrees! So off I went on my own - well me and my camera. It's fantastic when you get down near the falls - the noise and the clear ...
... the main show. It was as impressive as I expected it to be.
Next we drove on up to Lake Ontario, and to the historic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. It was quaint, lovely and teeming with tourists. We didn't linger, but instead headed West into the farm country of Southern Ontario. I didn't have a particular route in mind, just tried to keep heading west along the various farm roads I was on (the Sonic has a ...
You can easily take a day trip from Toronto to the Niagara Falls. The group tour only costs $55 and you stop at points of interest and it also includes a wine tasting. Niagara itself is of course very touristy, almost like little Las Vegas. The Falls are divided into the Canadian Horseshoe fall and the American fall on the other side of the lake. If you walk over the bridge ...