So we pulled into the campground around 8 pm Sunday night, yes I did say campground, not a Walmart. It wasn’t a large campground but it was quiet and very clean. We had decided since it was kind-of on our way home we would do the tourist thing for a few hours. After a good nights sleep we woke up , fired up the old RV and headed into town. We managed to get parking in a paid lot – it was tight, Niagara Falls is definitely not RV parking friendly-you aren’t allowed to park RV’s at the state park, but oh well we paid and parked. We walked everywhere-we hit the observation tower, which was very fun. Then walked all around the park and headed up to Goat Island and consequently Three Sisters Islands also.
I really enjoyed our walk. There were beautiful views everywhere. By lunchtime we found ourselves at the Top of the Falls restaurant and we sat out on the balcony and ate, delicious and a great view. After some eating and shopping we headed on around Goat Island to the bridge that crosses over to Three Sisters Islands, crossed it and took in the sights there. Before we knew it we had walked about four or five miles and ended up in front of the Wax Museum-eek! I tamed my fear and ventured inside with my husband-he loves wax museums, I guess this is part of for better or worse. I made it through alive. At the end of the museum they had a cute little barrel over the falls photo op. After the wax museum we climbed back into the RV and found our only way out of the lot was over the curb –so over the curb we went - and on our way back home.