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... we would enter the western portion of New York and drive north through Buffalo to Niagara Falls. The first sight of New York land consisted of vineyard after vineyard. The toll entering Ripley, New York had a vineyard on each side (one in Pennsylvania and New York). The country side was beautiful, full of green hills, forests and grapes. Kelsey has been to Niagara Falls as a child, but on the Canadian side. It would be my first trip to the falls. Upon ...
... America, as measured by vertical height and also by flow rate. The falls are located 17 miles (27 km) north-northwest of Buffalo, New York and 75 miles (121 km) south-southeast of Toronto, between the twin cities of Niagara Falls, Ontario, and Niagara Falls, New York. The falls are renowned as not only a major tourist attraction but also as a huge source of hyrdroelectric power for the region. The taxi driver was telling us that the weather was unusually cold and with the ...
... rapids of Niagara ... Then came a walk up Clifford Hill which is the entertainment area of Niagara, amusement arcades, attractions such as Lego building city, Ripley's believe it or not etc, was also the location of my daily Starbucks coffee hit! ... Then time for more attractions namely Journey behind the Falls and Niagara's Fury which is a cool 4D movie attraction that shows you how the falls are created as you get wet ...
... to wait in line. After all, this is their road trip, too. Marty has been coming up with challenge questions for the kids. The first question was how many words in the Gettysburg Address. This morning she asked what the mountains we were going through we're called. The one they are working on now is why are the falls named Niagara? We'll see if they get it. For now, it's time for bed; Grandmas (and great-aunts) get tired after a long ...
... lake helped a little but not much. I believe this is the hottest day that we have had on this trip. We are headed to Niagara Falls today and decided to camp at Four Mile Creek State Park just north of Niagara Falls on route 18. Niagara Falls is less than 20 minutes away from the camp. We setup camp and headed to the falls for some night viewing and we will be back tomorrow to view the falls in the daylight.
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