Passport Inn Niagara Falls
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... jumped on yet another double decker and viewed bits of the old town and distillery districts.
We were running out of time, however, and had to leg it back to the hotel to pick up our bags before we set off on the next leg. We took a suburban Commuter train to Burlington, then hopped on to yet another Express bus, which shot down the freeway in grand prix style towards Niagara Falls. I had initially assumed that this destination was going to ...
... didn't stop a strange woman asking Anna to take something through to Boston for her either. Needless to say, she declined. We've never been in such a rush for a flight before, and never intend to be again. Thanks Greyhound!
We did make it though, and got to the gate just as they started boarding. In the end, it wasn't a bad flight, nice and short, and we landed at Boston right on time. From the airport, we got a free bus to the metro station and the metro to Back ...
... gorge. Couldn't see the Falls in the distance because it was quite smoggy. Our guide said that the township was a bit like Las Vegas - and we could see that there were a few casinos and a giant wheel. There is supposed to be fireworks at 10pm tonight and not sure if I will still be up for them.
Melba wasn't well during the day and didn't eat a great deal at dinner. We had choices for dinner ...
... a half so we give this a miss.
After 3 lovely days in Buffalo we start off early for the 7 hour drive to the "Big Apple". The scenery changes with much beauty to be seen. It becomes obvious as we get closer to New York City that we have left country USA and are entering one of the busiest cities in the world. I find just sitting in the passenger seat really nerve wrecking. How any one ever navigated through the road systems here with out the help of ...
... Canada. It will take three days of mostly riding to get there, but we have heard it is beautiful and we want to do the Cabot Trail which was recommended by John.
Before we go we take our last ride by the Falls, it is just on dusk and once again the Falls look different in a different light. We take a ride to Niagara on the Lake which is a lovely town with many beautiful homes. This is where the rich live.
From Lake Ontario we can see the city of ...