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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... eastern side of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. It provides a really good view of the falls.
We caught the trolley bus to the stop for 3 sisters islands which are very small islands in the river. Back on the trolley bus to the start from where we walked over the Rainbow Bridge into Canada. Through Canadian customs and a walk back to the hotel via the Clifton Hill amusement street.
A big day with lots of walking in the sunshine under lovely blue skies.
... we paid $200 for the tour so we Wernt expecting much. We eventually left NYC at 9ish stopping at a glass museum , we didn't want to go in so we went to the good court . About an hour after leaving the museum , Jared realised he had lost his credit card , so we canceled it . Before crossing the border we went to Denny's dinner for tea .We got to the border eventually where we got out the bus and went through border control, where we got a stamp in our passports. By this time it ...
... ride above the falls. And it didnt dissapoint, what a fabulous sight to see from the air plus a ride in a helicopter which is only the second time I've ever done that, brilliant fun. But whats the point of coming all the way to Niagara Falls without getting up close and personal to the falling water so I took the brave step of a trip ...
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... as well. A million litres of water tumble over the falls every second. That is amazing. They aren't the tallest falls, but the sheer volume of water there is phenomenal. There are actually three falls: the American Falls (which are straight and narrow), the bride's veil (which is small) and the Canadian Horseshoe Falls (which are huge and spectacular).
After taking some photos we went on the "Maid of the Mist" boat which takes you right into ...