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Yes, why on earth not! There can never be enough of these furry creatures in this world, and hence I am dedicating another point to them just as the Americans have dedicated this entire 85-acre island to them. This is supposedly a dumping ground for unwanted pet cats, and hence they really enjoy their freedom wholeheartedly. Several of them are regularly put up for adoption by NGOs but well, you know cats... they just love their freedom and doing nothing all day long.Here's detailed information on how to get here.
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Cave of the Winds
Walk down the decks along thousands of sea gulls. Of the seven decks, only a few are open most of the time due to weather conditions. But even one or two decks take you to the best of the world. Click pictures of and around the bridal veil fall surrounded by the roaring sound of this beautiful fall.
Maid of the Mist Boat Tour
Its the closest one can get to the Niagara falls, except for actually being in it. No matter from which side you take the tour, Canada or USA, the ferry takes you equally close to the falls crossing the American Fall, which is comparatively smaller and then finally to the Canadian fall or the Niagara falls as we know it.
The Niagara Peninsula became free of the ice about 12,500 years ago. As the ice retreated northward, its meltwaters began to flow down through what became Lake Erie, the Niagara River and Lake Ontario, down to the St. Lawrence River, and, finally, down to the sea. There were originally 5 spillways from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. Eventually these were reduced to one, the original Niagara Falls, at Queenston-Lewiston. From here the Falls began its steady erosion through the bedrock. Point is it's so old to hear it's name once in a while!