Niagara Inn Downtown
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... up the Niagara Falls gorge. We walk past large, typically American looking houses on our right, the gorge to our left. After half an hour we need reach the falls. Then everything on our right changes, huge towering hotels and casinos take over from houses. We are greeted by the American Falls first, and the smaller, but still large,Veil Falls. American Falls is, as the name suggest, on the American side of the Niagara Gorge, that marks ...
... stamped and then back on bus to Ontario, Canada. We traveled through town with guide suggesting some places for tea. Arrived at accommodation Super 8 Hotel, quick shower and back onto bus for trip down town for tea. We decided to have tea at Herseys Bar and Grill, lovely meal with soloist playing, good service, with Deb having another frozen margarita with a Corona.
After meal we walked down through ...
... hotel hiding from the weather!
We headed into the centre of town in the evening and spent some time in the casino. It was fun watching Ryan play Blackjack or Sarah on the slot machines, on the one arm bandits. It was a little weird looking around at the people as lots of them didn’t look like they could afford to lose any money!
Jenny and I then went for a wander down by the falls and took some night time pictures. ...
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... I would just have to find a room at some other hotel. Meanwhile his wife was chirping away in the background telling him not to bother. What a *****.
I sat and waited....and hoped.
Thankfully he turned up and was a bit calmer although he was still not whistling dixie. I offered him $40 for the inconvenience but he wouldn't take it. He let me in, I thanked him, and he buggered off. Crisis averted.
Sleep time, thankfully.
Over and out ...