We made it to Niagara Falls!
Our first stop was the Butterfly Conservatory. It is one of the attractions included in the Nature Adventure Pass offered a thttp://www.niagaraparks.com/ By the way, children under 6 are free. With my kids being 5 and 4, it is awesome to take them around for free!
We met my friend and her two kids who drove from Kentucky, and will be joining us for a portion of the trip.
There were butterflies everywhere, including some that landed on Little Guy!
Our hotel view is gorgeous.
The kids looking at both of the falls.
The day was sunny and warm. It was perfect weather for a boat ride near the falls.
Big Sister was excited to spot many beautiful rainbows.
They got a bit wet, and for my camera's sake I had to put it away while on the horseshoe falls. It was an exhilarating experience.
We brought a lot of our food. It was nice to have a view to eat by.
Walking in town offered a lot of things to look at. An upside down house, a dinasour miniture golf, and so much more are just a few blocks away from the falls.
At night we loved the lights on the falls. This was the only picture that actually shows the colorful lights.
Waking up, Big Sister wanted to journal by the window. Little sleepy head stay in bed for a little longer