Ultimate Day in Niagara Falls, Canada!


This might as well be a water park ride! I am here at Clifton Street which is the giant party town right next to Niagara Falls in Canada. I’ve never been to Niagara Falls before I love waterfalls! We were driving by and I was just crying in the car cuz I’m so excited. This whole area has been turned into just a giant theme park for families. I just got water that dripped on me
but where did the water trip on me from? Whatever. But I’m super- What the heck?! Where’s the water coming from? But it’s basically just giant carnival street they have was museums and mini
golf, they have a ferris wheel. They have arcades, delicious food, stores
all kinds of fun stuff so I’m gonna try and do as much of it as I can. Candy! There’s candy here! Candy, candy candy! The smell coming out of this store…ooohhhh Ooohh the smell! I want one of each. I want all of them I
want- I want one of every single flavor. I want them in my bag. I want to take
them home with me. I want them right now. I need like ten of those. That looks so good. This is so good- It’s SO GOOD! What is in this?! *Squeals* This is a bit out of character for me because they have versions of this that are covered in chocolate and then like candy, but this is a very
classic Canadian dessert and I wanted to experience the classic first, so… Smells so good! That’s good. That’s really good. It might be as good as Funnel Cake. It’s so warm! Do you want a fork? I’ll get multiple forks. It is perfectly fresh. They made this like 2 seconds ago. This has gotta be a joke.
This is- this is- this is- Oh my gosh! I’m running out of room. Oh my belly ow. Ferris wheel time! The Niagara SkyWheel is 175 feet tall
and provides an 8 to 12 minute comfy climate-controlled ride that takes you
soaring above the falls. After finishing our ride on the SkyWheel
we left Clifton Hill and made our way over to the waterfall. There are a couple of ways to get up close and personal with the Canadian half of
Niagara Falls. We opted for the Journey Behind the Falls
and a ride on the Hornblower. When I found out that there was a way to go behind Niagara Falls, I was picturing something like this so I have to admit I was a bit disappointed
to find long cramped tunnels and two small portals. To be fair though Niagara
is powerful and it was pretty special to be that near to the roaring water. In addition to the portals you can also walk out onto one of two observation decks which is where the ponchos really come in handy. This is going to be wet! *Squeals* I’m excited to go downstairs. Michael woke up super sick this morning like mega, crazy epic sick. But he’s still here doing this with me. If you have to pick between the boat
and The Journey Behind the Falls I, I would pick the boat because
it’s more active and there’s more to do For here you have down here
and up there and that’s it and then if you want to see behind
the falls you have that little portal which is really cool. It’s nice to be able to feel the power of the falls behind you But uh…the boat’s cooler! We’re gonna do the Hornblower which is
the Canadian’s version of the Maid of the Mist. It’s a boat that takes you right up to the waterfall to get all covered in water Super touristy thing to do and I am so excited about it. I’m ready, let’s do this. This might as well be a water park ride! This is unreal! This is the coolest thing EVER! We’ve decided to do a round 2. I’m
gonna try and get out the nice camera. Oh man, oh man, oh man! WOOO That was absolutely amazing. I loved it, did you love it? Michael: Awesome
Claire: That was amazing. I was completely overwhelmed by the
scale and beauty of the Falls and even though it was packed with tourists I was
too distracted by countless rainbows to care. I was disappointed there wasn’t
time for me to try the zipline but that just gives me an excuse to come back in
the winter to see the frozen falls and maybe even try a helicopter ride. There’s so much more to explore in the
area around Niagara Falls, Canada, so make sure to tune in to the next episode
to see more of the city’s beautiful sights.

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