Thriftlodge Clifton Hill
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... but both sides of the chair lift were in Canada.
After that we went to a souvenir shop and to get lunch. We have come to the conclusion that in both Canada and America it’s hard to get healthy food and it’s dearer than we thought that it would be, its more expensive than home. I’m starting to feel like a bowling ball and I’m not impressed. We then drive over the American border.
Next was the maid of the mist. We get ...
... and Horseshoe Falls. We were also very impress with the gardens and parks on the Canadian side it was a pleasure to walk around the area and orientate ourselves in the Table Rock Welcome Centre and sign up for an Adventure Pass for the next day. We then went to the IMAX Theatre and watched a film on 'Niagara Falls Miracles, Myths and Magic'. It was a great preview for our stay here.
It was then back to check if our room was ready and ...
... up and you could not see past our windows because of the snow hitting the windows and the noise from the wind was so loud, we were a bit concerned that maybe they would cancel the flights because we saw the news last night and they had already cancelled a number of flights but we had to at least go and see what happens. Got dressed really, really warmly and knew that New York must have these type of snow storms a lot and would be used to it so wouldn't shut ...
... After we got settled we went up to Niagara on the Lake. A small town about 15 miles from here. Someone told Vicki she had to go there. I think it was pretty much a bust. It was the east coast Deadwood. Very , very touristy and crowded. I don't know for sure what Vicki expected but I don't think it was what we got. After lunch, we quick-stepped thru the town and headed back to our Inn. Meanwhile, we had lost the ipad. Luckily, it turned up in the office here at the ...
... in the karma theory after all. We park near the Upside Down House. Quite a novelty and it makes the car’s location easy to remember. We then stop for a snack. Jim has never had a Beaver Tail so I introduce him to them. He chooses maple glaze for his while I choose traditional cinnamon and sugar. This is just the energy I need to keep going.
When we finish our snack we start walking around Clifton Hill. There are many ...