Andrea's Bed and Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAndrea's Bed and Breakfast Niagara Falls
A lovely stay at a fantastic B&B. Andrea is a brilliant host providing a great room in the perfect location with a wonderful breakfast every morning.
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Two things left on our Adventure Pass ticket - the boat trip into the base of the Niagara Falls, and further down stream, a walk alongside the lethal Class 6 rapids (6 is most dangerous!)
But first, to our accommodation in leafy suburban Niagara Falls. The bed was comfortable, the bathroom (as expected) was small, but the hospitality from …
Off to the train station to board our 0830 train to Niagara Falls. As we were wheeling our suitcases through the pre peak hour rush, an Australian voice called out "Are you off to the airport? You can pick an Aussie a mile away in RM Williams boots!"
We lined up with all the other people bearing suitcases, had our printed tickets …
... dark chocolate and maple green tea as souvenirs. We took the opportunity to stretch our legs and meandered back to the bus station, stopping by the site of Fort George, home of several battles during the War of 1812, which was closing up for the day. Still we got a few pictures. Wish we'd gotten to learn/see a little more of that, but we were only there a few quick minutes before we got back on the bus!
Our next brief stop was actually a small fruit stand and market with a ...
... have to take a bus or something out of town a fair way to get there. Nope! They were right in the centre! Funny that, Niagara Falls are actually in the city of Niagara Falls...who would have thought?!!!!
They do an adventure pass that includes the boat ride through the mist of the falls, the white water walk, behind the falls, Niagara's Fury (a 4d movie) and a 2 day public transport pass. Again I was super surprised at how cheap it was. My lack of research ...
... and a dirty tshirt. Time to leave. We left the motel and headed for the falls which, dare I say it, was slightly underwhelming. It wasn't as big as I had thought and the town itself is like Blackpool on speed...not somewhere you want to stay. But our bus to Buffalo to catch the train to Chicago isn't until 5pm so we're waiting it out in a trusty McDonalds. The experience has been good but I don't think this is somewhere I ever want to return...bring on ...