Thriftlodge Clifton Hill
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... The view of white nothingness and mist with a deafening roar. After this, we ventured out to the observation deck, a platform that basically sits next to the falls. This was where the ponchos came in. A fantastic 15 minute walk along the beautiful gorge (or selfie street as I call it) led us to the Hornblower. This was the vessel that takes hundreds of tourists right into the falls. This time, ...
... welcome sexual boost, but my spilling was confusing the N for a V. I suppose the "Falls" bit is quite appropriate.
2 hours later we were on the outskirts of Niagara Falls and walking towards the Falls in search of our Howard Johnson Hotel. The Falls geographical beauty and visually stunning impact stands in sharp contrast to the tacky, touristy stuff around it. We turned a blind eye to the tack and headed for the mighty splendour of the ...
... healthy, and potentially gluten free. It was a good option. Ash and Beth went for Pad Thai, and I tried a Cashew Chicken dish. A good choice!
Conversation was greatly lacing at the table as we all stared, slightly dazed into the distance. Definitely nap time! After settling our bill we drove to the Pipe's. The couch was the best option for such tiredness, so we sat there, went through our photos, and chatted until Ash left. Early to bed tonight!
... in our short stay. Niagara Falls was not what I expected. The only logical explanation I have is that my subconscious had omitted all neon lighting from every image, video and mention of Niagara Falls that I had previously encountered. I thought I would be confronted by unimaginable beauty and the raw power of rushing water and I was and it was unlike anything I had ever seen ...
... some snow - second mistake.
We got in the lift by 3:45am and got to the ground floor (we are on level 16), walked towards the front doors and were shocked - not only by how much snow was sitting on the cars outside but the speed of the wind and we hadn't even got outside yet - I almost said to Bill "lets go back upstairs to bed" but we had paid a lot to experience this, especially if Niagara Falls were partly frozen, how amazing hey, how often do you ...