Red Lounge Hostels Niagara Falls

723 3rd Street, Niagara Falls, New York, 14301, United States | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls

Checking In From Niagara Falls

A travel blog entry by schwanman

... been avoiding the Interstates, which we try to do whenever we can and, as in the past, that's worked out very well. We've been staying close to the Lake Erie shore the last two days. The homes along the shoreline reminded us of what you would see along the Lake Michigan shore around the New Buffalo area and along Michigan's Red Arrow Highway. A stop for lunch Tuesday put us in Ripley, New York, the VERY first town you come to ...

Canada & the falls

A travel blog entry by abimartin

9

... a taxi for us who picked us up and took us to our hotel (if you can call it that). When we got across the border they checked our passports and the taxi drivers licence, but there was something he wanted to pull him in for, so we waited...and waited. Meanwhile some couple in the car next to us had been pulled over for the goods they were carrying. The woman was trying to explain she was a Zumba teacher and had got some of her gear with her as well as a ...

Sturgis 2013

A travel blog entry by johnlkemenczy

1

Day 1 - Destination Niagara Falls Ontario Canada. Route: 80 W., 81 N. to Scranton, 17 W. at Binghamton, 17 W. (Southern tier highway), Exit 27 for 16 N. to Franklinville. Visit with Linda's family. 16 N. to 90 E., to 190 N. Enter Canada at Peace Bridge. Border Officer gives me hard time until he finds out that I am an attorney. All of a sudden I gain easy access in Canada. Go figure. QEW to Niagara Falls Canada. Total 400 +/- ...

The American side of falls

A travel blog entry by simon-nicky

1

... us to a series of walkways and viewing platforms. These were at the bottom of the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls and gave us a magnificent close up of the falls. We walked up one set of steps and not even the ponchos could save us from getting wet, so we ventured onto drier platforms. There was one level however, called Hurricane deck which was right under the Bridal Falls and it was impossible to leave there with an inch of your clothes dry so we avoided ...

The Falls!

A travel blog entry by freddiesblog

5

... wasn’t as bad as I was expecting but still quite an unforgettable experience. We had a nice meal and then headed back to the campground. We waited for the sun to go down and at about half 9, we started building a campfire. It was a really nice, chilled out night and we took loads of photos, toasted some marshmallows and talked about lots of things. We ended up staying awake pretty late and eventually as the fire was dying we put it out and got ready for ...

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