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... with the Skylon Tower if we had enough time. We had been presented by the concierge with an option of more tours and special treatment and bus transportation but it was about $125 and that seemed like too much. As it turned out, our itinerary was perfect and we could easily walk to all the tours.
We started with the Hornblower Cruise. It was really unfortunate that it was such an overcast and rainy day but getting ...
... these falls every second. Add the 560,000 litres of water falling from the American Falls and you’ve got a **** load of water any which way you look at it.
Drowned in tourists doing the same thing we were, we headed west to escape it all. It just so happens that this is serious wine country. We pulled into a handful and loaded up ...
... I thought that was all Niagara Falls was. How wrong I was!!!! The town is like a permanent carnival with flashing neon lights, wax sculptures, horror shows and mazes. Dinosaur mini golf and every family oriented restaurant chain you could shake a stick at was dwarfed by every high rise luxury hotel chain you could think of. Niagara Falls is a walking talking cash cow designed to ...
... 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 ...
... crash onto the mammoth fallen rocks. On the Canadian side, the grander, more powerful Horseshoe Falls plunge into the cloudy Maid of the Mist Pool. In 1848 ice completely jammed the flow and the locals feared the end of the world was nigh. After developing RSI in our shutter fingers and face cramps from smiling while posing for grand shots, we decided to give ourselves a break and take the Maid of the Mist boat tour. This tour leaves ...