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... to Niagara Falls the first thing you notice is the spray and mist coming from the waters of the Niagara River cascading over the falls.
The "American Falls" are the first ones you encounter, they are a wonderful sight to see. At this time of the year there is still a little ice that is stubbornly holding on to the rocks around the falls. It is nearly the end of April and it is having its one last fling of dominating the landscape.
... the tunnels you have access to the viewing
platform about half way down the falls. Now that was wet – but fabulous close
up views of the power of the water and the boat which run up into the mist.
OK, tick #1 – now off to the boat trip. There are two boats
which run continuously into the mist – one each from the Canadian (Hornblower)
& US (Maid of the Mist) ...
... communications tower, a last minute decision to make it a tourist attraction has paid dividends ever since with an estimated 2 million visitors each year, each handing over a small fortune to head on up.
On a clear day they say you can see 180km all the way back to Niagara Falls. We had a little mist in the ...
... inevitable :-) We came by bus from Toronto and left our backpacks in a hostel. Then we walked to the falls. After having made some pictures, we decided to take the boat tour, called Maid of the Mist. By coincidence we learned that it was the last operating day of the boat which was supposed to change the owner in the next season. So we were really lucky! The tour costs 20 USD and lasts about half an hour. Getting wet is ...
... opted for just the walk out on the tower to get some photo's there were people every where on the tower and every conceivable camera from ipads and iphones to little mini cameras and more elaborate ones.
We then walked down and around some construction that was going on and got to the edge of the falls, it was awesome to see all that water just rushing straight over the edge and we were only a few metre's away from it. we followed a path that led us over the river twice ...