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... but it was not all that spectacular.
More walking back along the Canadian side of the river to the Rainbow bridge for a pedestrian entry to US. It cost us 50c Canadian each to leave. On the US side we went through customs where our passports were scanned and we were asked what we planned to do.
Great view from the bridge of the 2 falls. On the US side we went to the lookout on the east side of the US falls. It is great to be able to get up close to ...
... we were good to go. In a few minutes we are going to walk to the front of the campground and catch the bus to the Canadian side of Niagara Falls and see what it looks like from there. We will likely have supper there. Should be fun!
Most of the rest of the blog tonight will be pictures. Hope you enjoy them. We drove 40 miles today.
PS. We went downtown to see the falls from the Canadian side, ate supper and had a wonderful time. By the ...
... the day, ...
... with a giant 'Steve’ fire where we also sampled ‘Twinkies’ for the first time (an American institution it seems) – they’re little cakes.
Fortunately day three was sun, sun, sun so we did see the Falls in all it’s glory as well as in all it’s mist! We stayed late so we could see the fireworks too so we really did have the whole Niagara experience. Loved ...
... looked in the gift shops, read all the facts and wandered around the state park. Was very pretty but very quiet not busy at all as it's near the end of season.
For some reason there are indian restaurants everywhere (Jill you was right!) so we had a very unimpressive Indian buffet for dinner.. Apart from the falls our day wasn't too interesting lol!
Today was rather boring had to check out at 11am and wait till 10pm ...