This is the last post of a three-parts blogpost about our visit to Niagara Falls. Read part one and part two.
Undoubtedly, the best way to view Niagara Falls is by crossing into Canada, as you can see them straight on from there.
To get on Canada's side of the Niagara falls, you can either drive or walk over the Rainbow bridge that connects US with Canada.
We chose to walk as we didn't want to bother with parking and whatever else crossing by car would involve.
First thing to note is that you need either a passport, or enhanced photo ID, or driver's licence to cross the border. Even if you decide to go on the Rainbow bridge only, without entering Canada, at least one of the documentation mentioned above is required as you have to leave US to get on the bridge. You will need to pay
As I shared in this post, we decided to make a last minute trip to Niagara Falls. One of the goals for the trip was to go on the world famous Maid of the mist boat tour.
We bought the tickets online, ahead of time and redeemed them at the kiosk the day we decided to take the boat ride.
The tickets we purchased were valid for departure between May 24th to November 3rd 2019. At the time we received our tickets, we were given a souvenir postcard and were directed to the boarding dock where we were given blue souvenir ponchos to protect ourselves from the mist. The ponchos came with a
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Through travel one gets to know the outer world as well as the world within.