Sunrise in Monument Valley

Sunrise in Monument Valley

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

More From Niagara

David and I went back the following day to the Cave of the Winds. There was no line and we were able to walk right in. It helps to go early on a non-holiday. You are able to walk closer to the falls and get a really wet view. FUN

In the afternoon we took a ride to Canada to view the Falls from there and just to drive around. It was a nice drive and we even found a quilt shop in Fonthill. The Quilting Bee was featured in an issue of Quilt Sampler magazine and was a nice little shop. They had a variety of things, but not a lot of fabric. I did buy a few fat quarters for the quilt I am appliqueing and another 1 meter of fabric. I was shocked at the prices. Thinking it was probably the same as US when translated into yardage vs meterage and with the currency exchange. I was wrong. One YARDs worth in US $$$ was $14.39/yd. That's the highest price I've ever paid, including Alaska. Glad I didn't see anything I couldn't live without.

For dinner we looked up local restaurants on the Food Network and found this one. Pizza Junction in North Tonawanda, NY. Their food was incredible. HUGE portions of everything. Their specialty was beef on weck pizza, which didn't sound that appetizing to us, but their traditional pizza did. We couldn't believe how good it was.

We could only eat 4 slices between the 2 of us. It was the best pizza we've ever had. We'd like to go back for their Haddock dinner or Fettuccine if we're ever hungry again.

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