Days Hotel Buffalo Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... within a mile of our campground. It's HUGE and really nicely done.
Dinner of salad, dogs and beans wrapped up a really nice day.
Tomorrow we head to Chicago. Looking forward to seeing our new friends the Kenny's who are kindly putting us up in their driveway. We have 9 hours of driving to get there. Who knows what adventures await.
- Omar and Suzanne.
... brilliant and gave us amazing views. We took an elevator to the bottom to view the gorges, which were cool. When we went back up the top we paid another visit to the visitor centre. It was here we made an error in paying to see a 40 minute video about Niagara Falls. This was a shockingly bad film and just listed fact after fact all set before 1970's graphics. It was here that we decided to leave Niagara to begin our drive to Macedonia. We stopped off on the way for a ...
... microphones, cables and sound gear weren't there yet - it was all coming with Mike, so they also sat around and watched the fun too. Meanwhile the girls in the party had a big room up on the 8th floor opposite ours to get dressed in, and the boys in the party used our room, which was kind of convenient as things and messages had to be passed between them from time to time, and the photographer didn't have to go far.
Mike and Lynne arrived about 10, and Mike started setting up ...
... the road to drop off one of Ashley's guitar pedals for repair, and lastly back to the tailor to drop Ashley off for more fittings. Mandy and I then sprinted out to the airport to drop off the car with 15 minutes to spare. The flight that Mandy's parents were arriving on was delayed by about two hours, so a convenient timing turned out to be quite a lengthy wait for Mandy, while I took ...
... stuck. Luckily we managed it. The news was joking that the storm had ploughed millions into the economy, principally to snow plough operators which every business and town has to pay to clear their snow. Took the slushy and slippery roads back into Cooperstown where we had planned on exploring the town before we moved on. However, only one shop in the entire town appeared to be open, and everything was covered in deep snow. We ...