I was looking forward to more camping but I guess this will do. I LOVE our hotel. We stayed at the Sheraton Niagara Falls. This is the view from our 17th floor room overlooking the falls.
We checked in to the hotel and then went out to wander and see the falls. We opted to take the Maids of the Mist tour. Ten minutes and a little walk later we were in the line for the ship!
We put on our blue rain ponchos.
All aboard! I really wanted to stay dry.
Heading towards the horse shoe falls.
Soaking wet! I tried to hide in my rain poncho but I still got wet. The wind was amazing.
Looking at American Falls from the Maids of the Mist.
Another look at Horse Shoe Falls.
After the boat trip we were hungry, as we missed lunch. We grabbed an ice cream cone and wandered along the water front to see what was around.
It was so pretty.
Dad and I zipped ahead while Mommy and Emmerson lagged behind. The mist coming up from HorseShoe Falls was insanely high.
I wanted to go up in the Skylon tower.
What an amazing view!
There is the tower. We rode up in the yellow elevator! (Sorry about Mommy’s thumb in the photo)
We walked all over the place. From the Skylon tower I saw these huge dinosaurs and we had to check it out.
It was a putt-putt golf place!
They had a HUGE ferris wheel. It was to expensive for us to ride, $10 a person!!
I found a neat shop that had dinosaur toys. I opted for a bug in glass but then cried because I really wanted the dinosaur too. I eventually got the dino the next day!
In front of the hotel there was a beautiful park. We had fun exploring.
I thought this tree was pretty spectacular.
That is our hotel in the background!
Running through the park. You can see the American Falls!
Another shot from our hotel room.
Looking down onto the park in front of the hotel. We hung out in the hotel for the evening. We had a nice buffet dinner where I had scallops and pasta. Then we curled up on the sofa in the room and waited for the fireworks at sunset. It was awesome!
After our hotel stay we visited the hydroelectric plant. This was one of the turbines.
They had a neat visitors center that had interactive displays. Daddy taught me a lot!
looking out at the power plant.
Niagara Falls was so much fun. I can’t wait to explore more of Canada someday.