Niagara Gateway Motel
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... eerie lighting in spots. The boat trip was good but this was more unique so I think I liked it best of the three.
We had dinner in the hotel's Italian restaurant. The meal was quite filling and the bread was good. I think that is all I remember of that meal.
I don't think we had the inclination to go out and see the falls illuminated at night again, especially since it was probably still a bit drizzly.
... falls formed though an interactive presentation. Time to don the ever-so attractive ponchos.
We jumped in an elevator and dropped down around 40m to the platform at the base of the falls. This is the closest they let you get to the thundering force of nature. The wind was howling around spraying water absolutely everywhere. In 1901 ...
As we were already in Toronto, therefore in Canada, we decided to visit the Canadian side of the falls. And it turned out to be a good decision as on this side you can see the falls much better. The US-Americans, in contrast, had to built special platforms in order to see anything and not only stand in the middle of the water...
It was a very cold and rainy day in Niagara, but it didn't stop us from getting wet. Or, better said, ...
... hotels ad theme parks the real Beauty of Niagara is actually here on the American side the falls can be seen from every conceivable position the American falls the Bridal falls and then the Horseshoe or Canadian falls, we wandered around taking pictures getting wet when the wind changed directions and best of all no crowds at this end of the park as the tours are usually for a quick stop of the lookout and then the boat ride.
We headed back across the border and then ...
... a girl showed us to our room and we dumped our bags then walked down to do the Maid of the Mist tour.
We marched through the cattle grate, put on our beautiful blue ponchos and boarded the boat for the 15 minute tour under the spectacular falls.
It was touristy, but great. The falls are amazing!! So powerful!! So loud! and they produce a world of rainbows that never grow dull.
The wind blew our ponchos up so we all looked like fat balloons ...