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... over us again as we crossed the Rainbow Bridge from the USA into Canada. Excitement just grabs you and won't let you go.
We had hired a car to save the hassle of taking the RV's over the border and the inspections getting back into the USA with the possibility of any food items being confiscated. Margaret still has visions of the Customs Officer taking her lamb chops last time we were here.
As you cross the border and turn to take the ...
... First off, the Behind the Falls tour – you enter a series of
tunnels built under the falls as part of the hydro power generation system. Off
the main tunnel are two short arms which lead directly behind the waterfall.
Apparently if there is an easterly blowing they get very wet indeed!
Fortunately we had a gusty westerly so the place was fairly dry – but
thunderously noisy! As ...
When Rach and I were growing up, the tallest structure in the World was the CN Tower in Toronto. Since I first saw this tower on one of these height comparison charts, I’d always wanted to see it in real life.
The unmistakable tower stands an impressive 553m above the skyline of Toronto. Built initially as ...
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, ...
... to start then it burns off so we decided to walk across the rainbow bridge, and enter the United States of America. We had to pay 25cents each to leave Canada and after passport checks and finger printing an photographs we had to Pay another $6 to the border guard before he would allow us into America, once in we followed the path down to the tower that overlooked the falls, there were people lined up to do the maid of the mist on the American side but as we have already done ...