Thriftlodge Clifton Hill
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... The lift opened up into a maze of tunnels, the first one led us to the observation deck below the falls, another WOW moment, we were right next to the gushing water, unfortunate the lower deck was closed due to snow, about 12 feet of it covering the floor! Wandered down a few more tunnels and at the end we should have behind the waterfalls but it was completely frozen over, a solid wall of ice where normally gushing water is. ( we were told this before we went down, it wasn't ...
... the wheels are square.
Going through customs was easy as it was now after 6, we decided that taxi was the best way to get to the hotel rather than walking. When we got to our room … what a view. We walked around the falls for a while before getting tea and eating it with a door/window that opens onto the falls. It was fantastic. To add to our day we slept with the door open. The falls are quite loud but so nice. ...
... weatherboard but I think they were like Hardieplank. The next couple of stops were Rome (another freight but with only 3 locos, the freight cars being pretty high) and Syracuse.
We crossed the bridge linking US and Canada about 5 pm, then had to get off and go thru customs check passports, entry docs which we had filled out on the train. The kids (quicker to type than Brendan and Roni each time) went thru first. The ...
... eat 3 of the 5...and even that was going too far. yeeesh I feel a bit ill.
We split a Pironti Bros. cheesesteak sandwich later in the game - it comes with french fries and coleslaw on it - it was not bad, I figure getting one at their real store is a bit better.
Considering the cheapness of our seats they were pretty fantastic. They were row H but somehow that is row 1 of the 300 level. There is something about not paying a bunch of money that makes you enjoy ...
... Green Villas, the Thunderbirds or CISS that made our time in China so special. It was the strangers who became friends who became family. The insanity that is China was there three years ago, there now and will likely always be. But what made the insanity manageable (and even enjoyable) were the relationships we all formed.
These relationships had endured a year of absence and I now knew that they would endure a lifetime. This gave me ...