Top 10 Best Canada Waterfalls

This Top 10 Best Canada Waterfalls list filters down and showcases our favorite waterfalls out of the many that we’ve personally visited in Canada.

Top 10 Best New York Waterfalls

This list of the Top 10 Best New York Waterfalls showcases our favorite waterfalls in New York that we’ve personally visited.

Top 10 Best Waterfalls of the USA

Our Top 10 Best US Waterfalls List consists of the favorites that we’ve personally visited throughout the United States of America.

Top 10 Best Waterfalls of the World

The Top 10 Best Waterfalls of the World List consists of the waterfalls that Julie and I have personally visited that we consider to be our favorites.

Niagara Falls: Which Side is Better?

So which side of Niagara Falls is better? Canada or United States? Certainly, the obvious answer is that they’re both good but different. However, we’ll break down why this is the case…

Niagara Falls: Paid Excursions and Activities

In our visits to Niagara Falls, we’ve found that we could get more out of our time spent here by doing more than just going on the walks alongside the Niagara River or staring at the falls from a room with a view.

Niagara Falls: How To Get There?

While I realize that answering this question really depends on who’s doing the asking, we can only speak from experience so we’re going to break down how we were able to get to Niagara Falls from Los Angeles…

Niagara Falls: When Is The Best Time To Visit?

When is the best time to visit Niagara Falls? I’d imagine it really depends on what you’re looking for. That said, I’m pretty sure that at the heart of most peoples’ desires upon a visit here would be a desire for…

Niagara Falls – More Than Just A Pretty Waterfall

Whether or not you’ve seen Niagara Falls, chances are your life has been affected in some way shape or form because of it. Indeed, the granddaddy of the waterfalls in North America has played a pretty critical role in the electricity industry…

New England and Eastern Canada Road Trip Itinerary – September 25, 2013 to October 15, 2013

This itinerary was designed to maximize our time during the peak of the Autumn colors in the northeastern part of the United States (otherwise known as New England) as well as the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Ontario…

“Wild Goose Chases” (Ontario, Canada – October 11, 2013 to October 14, 2013)

But already, I was feeling a bit uneasy when I saw wet rocks and muddy spots on the descent. A slip and fall here could potentially be fatal. Even with the ropes tied to trees here…

Been there, live here

I live in Niagara Falls, and head down for a peak two or three times a week. Try to go when the number of tourists is low like early morning. A couple of comments in regard to others that have commented. I too would like it if the Falls were in a more natural state. […]

Niagara Falls – It Depends on your Environment Preference

I just came back from Niagara Falls, and my conclusion is the general one. Yes, each side has it’s benefits that makes it just as good as the other side. Instead of comparing the view of the Falls however, I compared what one’s personal preference of environment around the Falls is. If you are a […]

“About the Falls” – Correction

All 3 components of the falls are quite beautiful, but the Horseshoe Falls are, in fact, Canadian. Here is some dry, but interesting history: The International Boundary line was established by the Paris Peace Treaty of 1783 and later in the Jay’s Treaty of 1794. The was also agreed to at the Treaty of Ghent […]

Our Western New York Itinerary – June 12, 2007 to June 19, 2007

This itinerary was actually part of a more grand month-long trip to Iceland.  We made a detour to Western New York and spent nearly a week self-driving around the Finger Lakes area using Buffalo…

“Niagara Falls Every Which Way” (Niagara Falls – June 13, 2007 to June 14, 2007)

As the boat pulled away from the American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls, I suddenly felt something warm hit me in the face. It didn’t take long to figure out what had just happened…