BEST WESTERN PLUS the Inn of Lackawanna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Had breakfast. I give up on the coffee. Had a banana, mango, berry smoothie. Quite nice. Bus tour around Toronto. Looked at Toronto university, Parliament and Government houses and then to St Lawrence markets. The tour guide, Suzanne, has now forgotten 3 people. She left for an excursion without the two Australian sisters so they caught a taxi and …
... since after all that is what we had come to see. Thankfully our trip was in the off season. This meant that things were cheaper and no one else was there (other than the Japanese tour groups). We got a parking spot close to the falls and headed toward Rainbow bridge. Rainbow bridge is the main pedestrian and vehicle bridge between the USA and Canada in Niagara Falls. We spent about 30 min on the ...
... I can see we are travelling through the Greenbelt area (mainly corn and other crops) lots of towns and suburbs. The vision now is very limited with the rain and lightning from Burlington we are now on the QEW to Niagara going through Hamilton. A large county mainly industrial and vineyards. Going over a very high long bridge can't see the name of the river but we are near Lake Ontario travelling round the bay. hopefully I can get a video and photos when ...
... call to the motel, the matter was cleared up and a short walk later we found the place (somewhere different to what the map showed...). Feeling like some food and drink we headed off to find some. The area of town we were in seemed like a ghost town and everything was closed (around 8:30pm by now). Fortunately we found a Caribbean place and had a jerk chicken meal with a cocktail. We walked back to the motel feeling a lot more ...
... water is immense, and the speed of the water makes the water whizzing by the openings look like a white curtain. You can almost feel the sheer amount of power behind the force of the water.
Waiting in the gift shop areas on new (to me) upper level of the visitors centre, you can hear ‘Niagaras Fury’, feel the vibrations through the floor, and wonder what the hell you’re getting yourself into... especially as there ...