Travelodge At The Falls
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It was very close to everything great it you had children it was ok for a nite
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... in the end as the paths were not very well signed and time was of the essence. Maybe the 'full Monty' walk on another day?
And so back to base, to rest briefly before supper, another Denny's feast for seniors. Our final action-packed day activity was a last look at the Falls by night, crudely illuminated by searchlights. The illumination did at least make the Falls visible, but the noise on its own betrays their awesome presence.
Bed and blog despite the Viagra! ...
... to find anything worthwhile. We had a choice of 8 miniature toy soldiers (and I mean tiny), or give the tickets to a child who could put them towards a larger collection. Anna made the call, and I begrudgingly handed over the tickets.
A short walk further up the hill and we settled on a Chinese takeaway for our tea. Nice and cheap, and we got to eat it whilst watching the falls. From there, we explored the Falls welcome centre, full of gift shops and restaurants ...
... upper Canada. The falls also mark the border between the USA and Canada with one part of the falls being on the USA side (smaller falls) and the other being on the Canadian (the Horseshoe Falls). One surprising fact I did learn about them is at night they effectively turn them off and then turn them back on in the morning for the tourists.
Upon our arrival at the falls, we first viewed them from above, standing ...
... was hard to know where to look.
The museum was really detailed for such a short conflict with many original artifacts, documents and information. I wasn't so interested, but I gues for any Civil War buff it would be heaven. Once we walked through the whole place, it was time to go back to the car for lunch and continue driving. We didn't want to go too far for the day so we stopped at a McDonalds just outside Harrisburg which is the capital of Pennsylvania. I charged ...
... American Falls … we can see them when we’re sitting up in bed. The toilet and shower are separate from the Jacuzzi area.
Now here is something to ponder … there are a lot of hotels in Toronto and a lot of hotels in Niagra Falls, our Fallsview room with Jacuzzi etc was only $30 a night more expensive than the Strathcona el-cheapo room … go figure that one out !!
The lunch fiasco
As neither of us felt particularly well, ...