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"Aren't Canadians friendly, eh?"

The minute we crossed the border we noticed something odd happening...people were becoming strangely cheerful, friendly and relaxed. We must be in Canada! Our border crossing experience, involving the most upbeat customs officials I have ever encountered, was a slight contrast to my US customs...

permalink written by  lucy3119 on July 30, 2012 from Niagara Falls, Canada
from the travel blog: Canada and a little USA 2012



An Increasingly Merry Crew

Off bright and early to Niagara Falls to park up at the hotel and be picked up by Wine Tours International for our Wine Tasting Tour. Ol had managed to get us booked in to the Sheraton On the Falls opposite the American Falls and a stone's throw away from one of the border bridges. Two years...

permalink written by  rickandsuejohnson on July 29, 2010 from Niagara Falls, Canada
from the travel blog: Go west, then go west some more.



Visiting MarineLand after 7 years

We are living in Canada since 2003 and I have worked for several companies from that. We love Canada and now are fully settled here. Since we came here, we were planning to see the MarineLand but had no time due to doing odd jobs and making hard money. I love to do experiments and especially...

permalink written by  bestcareerworld on May 26, 2010 from Niagara Falls, Canada
from the travel blog: MarineLand Visit



Enchanting Niagara Falls

I could just say nothing on this blog and the photos would speak for themselves...Niagara Falls is absolutely amazing. Even with prior knowledge of what to expect, we were not prepared for how the sights of the falls would take our breath away. We got to our hostel early in the evening...

permalink written by  SupandNic on January 5, 2010 from Niagara Falls, Canada
from the travel blog: Sup and Nic's World Tour!



Jumping in Niagara Falls

Maid of the Mist, maybe that's the most famous touristic boats, dragging tourists from the shore down to the fall with some very sexy blue plastic bags!

permalink written by  Sly on June 2, 2009 from Niagara Falls, Canada
from the travel blog: Jumping Around



Day 16: Niagara Falls into the long arm of the law

I left Toronto bright and shiny and headed towards Niagara Falls. There are two sets of falls: the Canadian Falls, shaped like a horseshoe; and the American Falls in a straight line. The Canadian side offers the best viewing point as you can see both falls clearly. What surprised me the most...

permalink written by  JRadhirsch on September 16, 2008 from Niagara Falls, Canada
from the travel blog: The Great American Road Trip



Niagara, here we come!

We got a bit of a later start than we had intended after going to breakfast with my family. We went to the All American, because I wanted to get my favorite breakfast meal one more time before we left. Ironically, the name of it is "California Eggs". After some last minute stuff at the house and...

permalink written by  prettyblueroses on August 3, 2008 from Niagara Falls, Canada
from the travel blog: Mike & Heather's Cross-Country Adventure



The Maid in the Mist (plus others)

Up reasonably early and a quick breakfast at the hotel then off to Maid of the Mist following a brief conference on what to do first. It was a good decision as it was one of the first boats out and far from crowded; we didn't have to queue at any stage and the boat left as soon as Sue got on...

permalink written by  rickandsuejohnson on July 25, 2008 from Niagara Falls, Canada
from the travel blog: Two Thumbs up for the Canucks



The wine tour

We left reasonably early so that we would be in Niagara at our hotel for collection for our wine tour. A brief stop for Tim Hortons refreshment saw us checking in to the Ramada by midday then grabbing a quick sandwich while we waited for our minibus. Our tour driver/guide David had come over...

permalink written by  rickandsuejohnson on July 24, 2008 from Niagara Falls, Canada
from the travel blog: Two Thumbs up for the Canucks



Canada!?!? Hell, yeah!!!

Well, there you go... after 2 days travelling, we've finally reached Canada. It was an adventure, including walk on the frozen surface of Lake Huron. Yeah! Frozen! It was one of the funniest things I've ever did... my feet was freezing, but we couldn't help it but going on. The ice was...

permalink written by  frost the traveller on January 10, 2008 from Niagara Falls, Canada
from the travel blog: USA here I go!



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