Contrary to popular belief, Jim and Pam's wedding was not the most romantic thing to happen in Niagara Falls this year. Earlier this summer I decided to spend a magical evening with the person I love the most at Niagara.
I had always heard that the Canadian side of the falls was more scenic, and when I arrived I was afraid that was shockingly true. I parked in an area called Terrapin Point, not knowing that there are other points, so I was bummed because you don't get a good view of the falls, so all you can see is the edge of the water about to fall. To make matters worse, I had decided not to take my passport, so crossing over to get the better view, not cool.
So after about 45 minutes of trying to get a good look and not being able to, I found a black, I mean African American squirrel. After chasing this squirrel, whom I named Mike (is that the correct usage of 'whom'?), I grabbed a diet pepsi and people watched on a bench. Enter trolley! I jumped on this trolley thinking to myself 'why not?' Several stops later I get out at something called 'The Visitor's Center.' Turns out THATS where you want to go!
The REAL Niagara Falls view totally blew my mind! Fortunately for me the observation deck wasn't too crowded, so I got a good chunk of staring & wandering off time. SUCK IT CANADA!
After a good few hours, it was dinner time. You shouldn't have to guess that I was going to get myself some buffalo wings. Went to Anchor Bar, home of the original buffalo wings. The Verdict? Good, not great, though the atmosphere is terrific.
Your American Hero,