Travelodge At The Falls
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... to the Canadian side, as this is the best view of the entire falls and what a great excuse to get a Canadian stamp in our passports! We grabbed a hot chocolate and got back just in time for the light show, this is where they shine lights onto the falls in all different colours! It was a great evening and once we got back to our motel we crashed and burned! The next morning we awoke early to get back to the falls, ...
... falls as it was the closest to the falls and had a view of both falls that was to so Oh God that's amazing and stunning. So after settling into the room we went out and had a look around and came across the casino now this was huge and full of people and shops as well as the Casino, we decided to have Johnny Rockets and had some Poutine, this is something that i was told was a national dish and they have all sorts the basic one comprises of Chips and then gravy and then they ...
... tribes. I don't want to be unkind, but the presentations did all appear to be very similar, even so it was quite entertaining.
We got our first glimpse of the falls about 10.30pm as we crossed over the border into Canada. The Canadian side has a rather lively night life, looks a bit like a mini Vegas with all the illuminations and casinos. We could have taken a 10 minute walk to see the falls at night, but it's been a very long day, ...
... on the ground floor. The stench of chlorine was lovely, so too were the occupants in Room 109. The fireworks display commenced at 11:00pm. Not sure what the exact issue was, however it was 3:00am and enough was enough. A walk up to reception to alert them of the issue. All seemed to be resolved with the threat of calling police. Needless to say we were a little bleary eyed in the morning. Thankfully the hillbillies moved out the next ...
... gave her a look she'd never had before.
Refreshed, and looking spiffy again, we walked down the parkway to the Maid of the Mist. If you haven't been to Niagara Falls, the Maid of the Mist is a boat ride that takes you up the river, past the American Falls and almost into the heart of Horseshoe Falls. It only costs $20, but the experience is worth far more!
We got our tickets at the top of the river bank. Then walked down several ...
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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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