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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Buffalo-Niagara
Excellent, clean well placed hostel. The staff are excellent and they like to show it off (loads of hostelbookers certificates). Recommended.
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Our last day in Chicago involved lots of waiting around and travel maintenance (booking flights etc). The most noticeable thing was the weather, changing from 12-15 degrees the last few days to over 30 (& feeling hotter!).
At half 7 we headed out to get our first overnight train of the trip, a 12 hour journey from Chicago to Buffalo. …
... Winds which cost $11 entry. This include giving you a yellow rain poncho and sandals to wear that you keep. You start by catching an elevator down 17 storeys that was cut through rock by hand to a walkway with thousands of screeching seagulls and then to the boardwalk that takes you under the Bridal Veil part of the USA Falls. It is dismantled each winter so that when ...
... all the more fun. Aimee and Molly were game enough to stand in the corner where the falls came crashing down on top of your head. Stephen tried to get some of it on video, but it was really wet, so we are not sure if it worked. Hopefully it did. This was the most fun, watching the kids stand under part of Niagara Falls. We all held hands, and took a moment to remind ourselves where we were! Sounds a bit nerdy I know, but ...
... onto the boat. As the boat gets close to the falls, we all get drenched quickly hiding our cameras from the rain. My shoes and jeans have soaked up so much water, when I get off I choose to walk bare foot for a little while and roll my jeans up. I wont let wet clothes get in the way of crossing to Canada.
We decide to head over the Rainbow Bridge to Canada. Going across the border we ...
Monday, Sept. 8 - We left Cincinnati north-bound on I-71 with Scott safely secured in the back seat of our Nissan Sentra. Jim got a nosebleed partway between Cincinnati and Columbus so we had to stop for several minutes but made up the time bypassing Columbus on the beltway. We ate lunch at a Dutch Pantry restaurant up near Wooster. Scott traveled very well until we were just outside Cleveland when he started getting fussy.In Cleveland we elected to take the ...