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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Falls. I felt like Surly and I were floating effortlessly as we spun along the bike route and traveled on the Friendship Trail to Old Fort Erie. Images of a sun kissed Lake Erie and the hub bub of boats in The St. Lawrence Seaway through Port Colborne treated us with eye candy.
... Behind the Falls.
We wandered to Tim Hortons, our designated meeting spot, and tried to wait patiently for the others to return. An hour or so had past (which the others spent playing with my camera and trying on different lenses that Andy had). Still no sign of them. We sent out a search party in Nomes and Ariel, who finally located them. Reunited, we walked back to the car.
What followed was a wild goose chase through ...
... depending on what you choose. It was very tasty although a little too much sugar before heading off to bed!
The following morning we had a huge buffet breakfast, then headed back into the downtown Niagara area and took a ride on the Maid of the Mist. It is a boat which takes you up to the centre of the Horse Shoe Falls and gets you a bit wet. We took some fun pictures of us all in our blue rain covers. When they inflate they make ...
... high speeds then you go outside near the base to look at the falls. You have to wear ponchos as you get wet from the spray from the falls. Sunday was a good day to go not that many tourists in the early part of the morning. Back up the lift (didn't buy the photo of us) and onto the next attraction Niagara Fury which is a film with visual effects of the creation of the falls. We couldn't work out why we had to wear ponchos till ...
... Rainbow Bridge which crosses the US / Canadian border. I wandered across the bridge, admiring the falls on the way, and bowled into the US Border Station. I was questioned about my citizenship, my intentions and what I was carrying across the border. Once I'd answered the questions, they waved me through and I headed to the Visitor's Centre.
The lady at the Visitors Centre suggested I do the Observation Tower and the 'Maid of the Mist' boat ride first, ...