My husband was born and raised from Buffalo, the first time he brings me to Niagara Falls I was blown away. It's really a great view! I love watching the thunderous water cascade over the cliffs and feeling the mist on my face. On my first trip last 2007 we ride on a boat at the Maid of the Mist, which gives you an up close and personal view of the falls. You don't have to pay to see the falls. It is such a sight to see. I've visited the Niagara Falls many times we truly enjoy it and make it a habit of visiting every year. Spring, summer, fall or winter there is something to see. Leaving Buffalo is really hard but it’s been a good experience for us. And we are looking forward to start a new travel memories down South.
Niagara Falls the world’s most famous falls draw starry-eyed honeymooners and tourists to its panoramic view. The best view on the American side is from Goat Island; here visitors witness up close the sheer power of million gallons of water falling each minute. The Canadian side offers a much greater diversity of activities. The Clifton Hill area abounds with attractions for everyone. Don’t forget to bring your passport when you crossed the US-Canada border and have your pocket ready because its more expensive in Canadian side. Last June 15, 2012 a man bravely walk in a tightrope across the Niagara Falls. Another daredevil history of this majestic waterfall. I hope you don’t miss that stunt!
|Maid of the Mist|
|Journey at the Falls|
|Rainbow Bridge between Canada and US border|
|Niagara Falls Maid of the Mist Boat Ride|
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