Caravan Inn Niagara Falls
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... even though we had only left the country 15 mins before, I'm pretty sure she saw us go! Time for coffee at Tim Hortons, the usual tune of 'I know where there is one' I said, opppps after tracking 20 mins it was shut, Bugga!!!! Soon found another one, much to my relief and sat nursing a large steaming cup for half hour.
Out into the cold once more and back down to the falls, this time to 'journey beyond the falls', paid our $12 each and into the elevator we go, this time ...
... time; it was a good place to be.
We also had free Wi-Fi for the trip as well which meant that Geoff was able to get the blog up to date as we have been so on the go we have not had enough time to spend on the blog.
I slept a lot of the way, but were woken by the rough ride. In contrast to the trip to Washington which was smooth, this trip to Niagara was very rough, from side to side motion and as ...
... the Hudson River and started to head west. We recognized the highway flyover from Google street view. Utica New York state by 12 noon. I had maps working on the phone earlier on, but not now. A mystery. Must remember to buy a map for the Boston-Washington trip. At Utica passed a freight train with 7 or 8 locos - how long was that train?? We were interested in the attractive little houses, some double storey, with what ...
... I read that we needed to try the pierogis and the Pironti Brothers sandwich. First up were the pierogies----cheapish at $5 these cheese/potato filled ravioli-ish treats had more greasiness on them than 14 pepperoni pizzas combined. We added the grilled onions and sour cream as suggested (and our own topping of jalapenos) but nothing could cut the grease on these babies. Being a cheese filled pouch Chris counted himself out after bite one. I hate to waste food so I forced ...
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On one of my last days in Shanghai I had my Oprah' "Aha Moment." You know, that moment of sudden realization, inspiration, insight or comprehension.
It wasn't the city of ...