Passport Inn Niagara Falls
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Day 36: 5,003 miles
Saturday, July 6th
After giving Howard and Margaret big hugs, I headed out for Niagara Falls. Howard had promised that I would respond to them the same way I had when I first saw Casa Loma (i.e., "Holy Sh--, that's really a castle!"), and he wasn't far wrong.
[Left] I was determined to do the entire tourist thing while I was ...
... had seen it on me. I am grateful and thank them for finding it and returning it to me. The raincoats here are bright yellow. Out of the blue Jim says to me “I feel like a yellow page!” and I just about burst a gut laughing. “Oh this WILL be in today’s blog,” I tell him and he laughs along with me.
It is a long tunnel to the two portals where we viewed the water rushing down in front of us. We ...
... flower clock, small chapel and so on and it seemed to me that they included the tourist attractions to make the tour visit list longer. Compared with the falls, the others were nothing. In the waterfall park, we went up the Skylon Tower at first. Actually, I was eager to ride a Maid of the Mist boat, but it was not operated in winter.... So instead of the boat ride, they took me to the tower. A view from the observation deck was good, but not ...
On the bus to Niagara
OMG they have wi-fi on the bus... Only in America...god I love this country.
Well we are only 2 1/2 hours into the bus trip and all ready Alan is complaining. Lol. . It was an early start 5.30aam for a 7.30 leave. We went down for breakfast I had a bagel and alan had pancakes god he is a guts. Had to go back to the room to get our suitcases we hopped in the lift and I said to alan this is the first time we have had lift music he ...
... a ride, but instead went across Main Street to a small cafe for some lunch while we waited for the train to leave. In the middle of the meal Cliff rushed out to take photos as the engine came up from the engine shed, stopped right in the middle of the road, then backed onto the coaches. We quickly finished our meal then went out to take photos of the train leaving.
When we returned to the car park we were amazed to see the old Ford car that we had ...