Villager Lodge Niagara Falls
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Breakfast was a busy and noisy affair with lots of seniors from US on a bus trip. Most were very friendly, a few not so. Days Inn breakfasts are just continental but did include fresh fruit compote as well as pieces of fruit. The array of donuts and pastries was impressive. Bagels with cream cheese seems to be a favourite of many.
Gathered our coats and cameras, water and backpacks and headed off for the Skylon tower. It was cheaper to buy on line but you still ...
... the walkway along the gorge where the falls are. It is definitely a different place than when we last came in 1980-- wow!!! Walked the walkway from the American Falls to the Canadian ones, took some photos and felt the spray of the falls. I didn't seem to recall so much spray last time either but it was later in July or early August so perhaps less water flowing over the falls. Then we caught the blue ...
After a great night sleep and a lazy morning we decided to head off to Niagara for the day. Wow what a sight! It was so beautiful driving down through town to Niagara Park... we could see the falls as we got closer. Such a spectacular view! There had been a recent snow storm and ice had formed on the buildings and railings, which added a special touch to ...
... dump our bags and venture out. Stopping for a bite to eat. We were recommended to check out "Dad’s diner….it’s like a diner" we had a good laugh at the description the lovely Irishman at the desk had given us. Enjoying about a half hour walk we went to use our adventure passes heading south following the Niagara River until we reached the falls. Who needs a map when you have the river?
... a shower of rain just as we were getting to the RV. It didn't last long though. Today we did the Cave of the Winds, & it was their first day for the season & was absolutely fantastic. An elevator takes you down 175ft to the base of Bridal Veil Falls, from there you walk around the bottom of the falls on a wooden platform which is pulled down & reassembled every year. It wouldn't be able to withstand the harsh winter climate. ...