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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... walking toward the large Canadian Falls as we did not tour this area yesterday.
There were just as many people today as yesterday. The water before it reaches the falls moves very rapidly. We find this amazing, the falls, the mist, the rainbows. We found a place to eat lunch that was on the second floor. We sat one row back from the railing as it was open air type of place. We were the lucky ones! The people by the ...
... cafe. It was burgers all round which were very good and Emmy enjoyed the animatronic animals around the restaurant. For dessert we tried a Canadian tradition of a 'Beaver tail' which is a thin fried sweet bread with different toppings. We had chocolate, m&m's and peanut butter sauce topping which was yummy. It was now getting dark and we tried to get some photos of the falls at night. As you can see they came out well. Tomorrow it's back in the ...
... than compressed air from a bicycle pump and a "lucky pillow" with her(!) She had chosen to go over them to prove you could survive doing so. More like prove you were in need of psychological intervention! Someone who did not go over by choice, and yet lived to tell the tale, was the even more incredible story of 7 year old Roger Woodward. After a boating accident further up the river, he was swept over in July 1960. He was wearing only a life jacket and a swim suit. ...
... as there are over 1800 islands. Whilst on the boat I received a text welcoming me to Canada just as we sailed over the boarder. As well as a text message one of the worlds smallest boarder crossings also marked the spot which was actually a tiny bridge connecting someone's property on two tiny islands-one Canadian, one American. We were informed by the Uncle Sam's boat crew the owner held the record of crossing boarders due to obtaining this achievement each time ...
... their millions of pictures. I could understand why as each place gave you a different perspective on the falls. Soon we reached the Maid of the Mist entrance – yes, the height of touristy. But something you have to do once in your life. Pooja did not seem to interested in it so I went on my own. The line was very long and it took me about 45 min. to get on. It felt like a herd of cattle be driven on the ship. Unfortunately I was one of the last to get on the ship so I should ...