|Niagara Falls, Ontario|
Counted among the world's top ten waterfalls, Niagara Falls is actually comprised of three falls: the larger Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian side of the border plus the American and Bridal Veil Falls in the state of New York.
|The Canadian Horseshoe Falls|
|The American and Bridal Veil Falls|
|Maid of the Mist Tour Boat|
The breakfast room of our hotel had a great view overlooking the Niagara River. The shimmering waters reminded me of another breakfast in Monte Carlo.
|Breakfast in Niagara Falls|
|Breakfast in Monte Carlo|
One night we had dinner at the Copacabana Brazilian steak house. (I can't say the name without singing the lyrics to Barry Manilow's song.) There's no menu here, just a good salad bar and servers bearing long skewers of grilled meats that are sliced at your table. There are 17 different varieties including beef, lamb, pork, chicken and salmon – plus a delicious grilled pineapple.
Niagara Falls hosts plenty of tourist attractions, from Marineland to indoor skydiving, but my visit was very brief. From Niagara Falls I headed to Toronto for a couple of days relaxing on the shores of Lake Ontario.
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