This trip goes from Cincinnati, Ohio, to the Boston area, then up the New England coast all the way to Canada, then back through the Adirondacks to the Finger Lakes Region in upstate New York.
On another trip to Niagara Falls we stayed on the Canadian side. We got a motel room five or six blocks up from the Falls, easy walking distance. It is much more touristy on the Canadian side.
It’s like walking through Gatlainburg.
Eventually, you approach the Falls.
Once you reach the Falls, there are nice gardens to walk through.
Eventually, you reach the Falls.
They look much the same as from the American side, you just see them from a different perspective.
Like before in the U.S., we drove the 15 miles along the Niagara River to where it emptied into Lake Ontario.
There were other attractions along the way.
And plenty of gift shops. They had a lot of maple-flavored candy.
And more nice gardens to stroll through.
The fastboats to the whirlpool were still running.
We reached Lake Ontario, where the fastboats departed from the Canadian side.
There was a good overlook of the mouth of Niagara River and Lake Ontario.
Of course, a lighthouse.
A view of Fort Niagara, on the American side. And a really nice yacht.
After returning to our motel and resting a while, we got back out at night to see the lights.
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