On Day 2, we once again go to the Niagara Falls but this time on the Canadian side. We go on the Hornblower Cruise, watch an IMAX Movie, and observe grand views from the top of the Skylon Tower. Later, we depart for Toronto and visit the iconic CN Tower. We might also take the Lake Ontario Cruise. In the end of the day, we have dinner at the historic Chinatown district.
Niagara Falls, Canada.
Rainbow bridge: Be here on the Rainbow bridge, an international landmark, it joins Niagara, Ontario with Niagara, New York. An architectural masterpiece above the Niagara River.
Hornblower Niagara cruise: Go on a cruise to as close as possible to the mighty falls and get yourself drenched in the descending cascade of water.
Niagara Falls IMAX Movie: Watch a movie related to the history of the falls and the story of the visitors who have been coming to witness it right from the olden days to this present day, on an impressive giant IMAX Screen.
Skylon Tower: Enjoy the ascending in an external elevator up the Skylon Tower with two falls of the Niagara overlooking on the either side. Capture panoramic snaps from the deck of the observation tower.
Skylon Revolving Restaurant Lunch: Enjoy a hearty meal at the skylon restaurant, this time the speciality is that it is revolving structure that completes one revolution each hour. The magnificent view will add to your satisfaction apart from the delicious food.
CN Tower: Visit the symbol of Canada, the CN Tower, made entirely of concrete, this structure in 1976, when it was completed was the tallest man made structure.
Toronto City Hall: One of the famous most buildings and the city's Municipal government office, the Toronto City Hall. Avail the self-guided tours in any of the 5 languages they offer and you prefer.
Lake Ontario Cruise: Grab gorgeous views of the Toronto City and the areas surrounding from the waters of this one of the famous lakes of the continent, Lake Ontario. Enjoy this unique experience.
Chinatown: Visit, probably the oldest Chinatown in North America which dates back in 1870 and get to see historical places. Located in Downtown, Toronto, this place has many shops, groceries and obviously Chinese restaurants.
Toronto Chinese Dinner: Enjoy a lovely Chinese meal at on of the restaurants here in Chinatown. The food is yummy, cheap and satisfying.
Then we go to our hotel for the night.
Hotel: Travelodge Toronto East, Holiday Inn TR Airport East or similar
It is a 3-floor mansion, turned into a vintage museum with unique architecture and lavish gardens. The building was constructed by the architect E. J. Lennox for the residence of financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. It has various extensively designed rooms such as the Oak Room, a library room, Guest Suite, conservatory, Lady Pellatt’s Suite, and the Round Room.
It is a 45-minute harbor cruise ride aboard the Oriole ship, for sightseeing around Lake Ontario. You will be mesmerized to watch the Toronto skyline from a distance, along with major Toronto attractions such as Toronto Island Airport, Queens Quay Terminal, Harbourfront Centre, Rogers Centre, CN Tower, HTO Park, the Gibraltar Point Lighthouse, and the Air Canada Centre. The journey will take you on an interactive GPS triggered headset tour available in English, French, Spanish and Mandarin. You will also be shown waterfront visuals on the TV while riding on the ship.
The Legends of Adventure movie is showcased in a 314 seat auditorium picturizing the myths and the mysteries centered on the river Niagara. The sound is delivered through Digital Dolby surround sound as well as the river Niagara itself playing background music for the show. All the more, there are complimentary headsets provided for people of Chinese, Korean and Spanish origins.
The Jet boat provides you a chance to play among the white water rapids on the Niagara River. It is enjoyed through a custom-built vessel that uses a triple turbo diesel waterjet system for better control, as you will be zipping past propelling and steering between the harsh courses of rapids.
It is the bridge over the Niagara Falls gorge connecting the two cities with the same name Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada from the west and Niagara Falls, New York, United States from the east. It was built at the site of Honeymoon Bridge which collapsed in 1938. It is officially known as Niagara Falls International Rainbow Bridge, has an arch-shaped construction, and a well-known tourist site.
To around 775 feet above the ground, the visitors will be taken to the Skylon Tower Observation Deck in a ‘Yellow Bug’ glass enclosed elevator. The view would include the Niagara Falls Gorge, the wine district of Niagara, the lovely landscape along with the Toronto and the Buffalo skylines.
This is the place which houses the municipal government of Toronto. It is located at the Nathan Phillips Square. The forecourt area of the city Hall hosts many festivals and important events in Toronto. There are pyrotechnic display and musical performances also being hosted here every New Year.