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... Whirlpool bridge, but in the end turned around and headed back.
On the way back, we strolled around the front of the Niagara Falls view Casino where there various vantage points with views of the falls.
We are now at Buffalo airport waiting on our flight to Boston at 6.35pm. We were held up at security for a bit because the officials objected to Joanne having a bottle of maple syrup. She had to go back out, empty the bottle. Highly volatile in flight that Maple ...
... side of the Falls? While the City Centre isn't right up to them, yet, it's within a short walking distance ... different from the US.
I took many Photos that Jen will not want to look at, but several are of the Falls from the Canadian side ... a much better view than that from the US side ... and this photo shows the place where I observed the Falls from the US in 2010 at the far left.
Spent the morning driving there from Toronto ...
... on the bus which was hard.
We felt bad for Renee and Aaron because they only had time to get back to their apartment, pick up their luggage and get to the airport as they were flying out at 7am to Las Vegas, the poor things there was no sleep for them!!! Other people on the tour were flying out at 6am back home to the UK and they were worried they would miss their flight - they got dropped off at Times Square at 2:45am so I don't know how they ...
... the state park offers more reason to walk around the area than on the overlook park on the Canadian side.
Also if you want to go to Canada, all you need is a passport and two quarters (one way) to walk across Rainbow Bridge and eat and be touristy there. Otherwise, I would just recommend signing up for a tour and seeing the Canadian side that way. I would recommend the Over the Falls tour company. I did ...
We followed the lake shoreline north all the way up to the Canadian border where we were grilled by customs.
"Hi, oh you're British, enjoy your stay"
The border town of Sault Step Marie is really nothing to write home about. A dilapidated industrial town full of grey and KFC. We passed through and hooked up to the Trans Canadian Highway skirting along the northern shore of Lake Huron. We drove as long as we felt we could ...