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... and there's only one way to complete these challenges in one attempt - to take a night cruise!
Cue silly red ponchos!
The best thing about the night cruise is that the Falls are illuminated and the most amazing light-show unfolded before us.
No longer were we seeing only white water and white mist before us. Oh no, the waterfalls were projecting ...
... so had our traveling companions. We wanted to get the full experience! Thankfully, it was a promising to be a lovely day. First on the agenda was the Niagara Sky Wheel, like a ferris wheel with closed gondolas and a really spectacular view of the falls. A Journey Behind the Falls was the next treat in store. Ponchos were distributed and an elevator took us down 150 feet to tunnels leading ...
We walked for about an hour around downtown Toronto. We desperately wanted to visit the St Lawrence Markets as we had heard they had been voted the best food market in the world. Our map pointed us in every direction other than where these stupid markets actually were. After asking 5 different people where it was, we eventually found it with the ...
... all of us and bottles of water. She said that even though it was quite cool first thing in the morning it would be very hot by lunch time, which was very hard to believe as we were freezing!
There are not just the Falls to explore, there are lots of other places to explore as well prior to getting to the falls and then after we had been to the falls. After exploring the American side of the falls, we went on the boat ride, Maid of the Mist, which takes you right ...
... was a point when there was really not much point in taking any more photos, unless you had a waterproof camera....it was great fun, and I got a couple of shots just as the setting sun touched the top of them, but I know they won't do justice to how beautiful they were. Looking up at them, I shuddered to think that a woman, aged 63, was the first one to attempt to go over the falls in a pickle barrel. Her name was Annie Taylor, the year was 1901, and she had ...