Rodeway Inn Niagara Falls
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Bags packed and heavy we head off to the subway. We're using the LIRR this time as its much faster than the subway, but it starts in the subway system. We were all over the subway here it was pretty easy to get the hang of so we weren't too worried about finding the LIRR. Big mistake, it was poorly marked and confusing but we made it, luckily there are heaps of trains departing all the time and they all go past the station we needed to get off at. Our next mistake was filling ...
... to photo. But so glad that happened. Except for the thumb over part of the lens at the beginning got a super shot! Happenstance is sometimes good. I didn't get soaked, but had to work to protect the cameras. Lake Ontario is gynormous! Can't imagine how big Lake Superior is, but I will not get to see it this trip. Had fish & chips for supper, yum! Ended the day looking at old family pictures. Lovely day! See ya on the flip ...
After waking up at around 9 (a much nicer time than before) we went out to start the day with The Maid Of The Mist which gave us great views of the falls. We also did the Cave Of The Winds where you walk around the bottom of the waterfall and get drenched! Luckily we had complimentery ponchos ...
... room and looked at some photos of our house, Myles and Bali. Then I did some more blog.
About 9pm we walked down to the falls again to see them lit with colored lights (no fireworks on Mondays). Very pretty. On the way back they had dinner at Tim Hortons. The machine didn't like my card so I shared some of Gabs Ham sandwich.
Back to our room about 10.45, downloaded today's photos and into bed.
... drenched by the mist from the falls. The views were pretty spectacular though. After the boat tour I headed over to the foot bridge where you cross the border over into Canada. I had some visa things I had to sort out so while the rest of the group stayed in the American side of the falls I wandered across the bridge into Canada. At the border I got questioned pretty harshly because it wasn't that long ago since I'd been to Canada and ...