Victoria Motor Inn at the Falls and Casino
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Had a later start than we planned. Just took our time this morning with breakfast at the hotel. Around 10:30 we headed out. Again, we drove on Rt 90, straight, same farmlands, plenty of corn and potatoes again.
We were making good time until we got close to the Canadian border. We then got in a very long line waiting to enter Canada. Once at Immigration, it was a snap. Where were we staying, how long, by the way, ...
This morning we boarded our train toward Niagara. It was a good trip, along the Hudson river, Lake Erie, and the Erie canal. We were surprised that the land is really flat, with lots of trees, some forest and lots of water lying. There were lily pads so we guess the water is permanent. The trees are starting to change colour, but not quite enough to make a nice photo yet.
There were several places where there were 'works on the ...
... Goat Island. This is the piece of land that separates the two main falls. A smaller fall right next to the American one is known as Bridal Veil Falls, and you can get incredibly close to them, so that it seems as if there's no barrier between you and where they plunge over when you take a photo! I did lots of walking that day, and the views once again were brilliant. The final day in Niagara was alternatively sunny and overcast, so I headed to the falls once again, ...
... buy out Westinghouse and start the General Electric Company. Today the Adams Power Plant Transformer House remains as a landmark of the original system.
With every dangerous undertaking, there are going to be knuckleheads that are looking for a fatal adventure. While Teds' and I were camping in Niagara Falls, a woman leaped from the bridge while a Korean tourist climbed over a fence and fell into ...
... green and the other was gathering and pinning a dress. The dream continued to the point where I was living in the body of a hamster which was when I was woken by the loud and very irritating 6am wake up call I had not booked.
We made our way to Niagara Falls and myself and Marie-Eve set off to explore. The river running towards the falls suddenly picks up pace to 30mph at the part known as 'the point of no return'. Only a low rail, easy to step ...