Thriftlodge Clifton Hill
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... a bus from there to outside the house. Just as we were getting on the bus, it started raining, with quite possibly the heaviest rain I've ever seen. It hadn't stopped by the time we got off the bus, and in the two minutes it took to walk from the bus stop to house we were completely drenched. When we got settled in at the house and dried up, we headed out to Robinwood cafe for tea (Ribs! And lots of them!), before calling it a night and going to bed in our little loft room.
... was a spectacular experience!!
The final leg of our pass was a walk along the gorge to check out the rapids. The speed of the current was unbelievable you would never survive if you fell in - needless to say we were on red alert. With all legs of the pass completed we went back for another view of Niagara Falls you just cannot believe the volume of cascading water. You have to keep watching just in case it stops running. It does not!!
The day ...
Yesterday was a lazy day, but today quite the opposite. We are up before 9:00 a.m. getting ready to hit the road by about 10 or so. Today is Niagara Falls day and I am so looking forward to it. After getting our usual Timmys breakfast we hit the highway and head toward Niagara Falls. It is 83 kilometers according to GyPSy. The first item of note is that as we were driving along the highway I questioned Jim not letting someone in. "You ...
... hours at the Casino right by the falls (Fallsview). It's a really nice casino. On par with the Bellagio or Wynn in Vegas. Table limits were $25 minimum for most games. I played a bunch of ***** and blackjack switch and ended up winning a good bit. The wifi was terrible. The food court was good. Ate at the Tim Horton's there and enjoyed their grilled panini's. Appears there was a lot of shopping and ...
... of tourists had arrived and started up the path, makes me glad that we are both early risers.
Getting to the bottom of the Glen, we decide to walk into the town before heading out. We spotted a sign for pistachio ice cream at a local Inn, so much for our walk. The ice cream store featured a glass enclosed bee hive that was constructed with an ingenious plexiglass tube which passed through the wall to the outside. The ...