Days Inn Buffalo-Hamburg/Exit 57

Address: 5220 Camp Rd, Hamburg, New York, 14075-2708, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5220 Camp Rd, Hamburg, is near Ralph Wilson Stadium.
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Travel Blogs from Hamburg

Fireplace Accessories Supply the Finishing Touch

A travel blog entry by gaudycap21211 on Jul 15, 15

... good shape, there's not a thing wrong with going used.

As well, there are a lot of online sites that permit people to post advertisements for merchandise that they are selling or even giving away at no cost. Taking a look at some of these sites is a great way to discover fireplace accessories. You might just get lucky. Keep an open mind and open eyes, and you may be amazed at what you ...

Barrelin' Into Niagra Falls

A travel blog entry by happyronin on Nov 10, 2014

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... run-down and seemed to have been neglected and allowed to just deteriorate. There were many buildings and spaces that were empty and for lease, and I have never seen so many Indian restaurants....I mean, in the span of a few blocks, we had come across 5 or 6 restaurants, 3 of which were right next to each other.

Well, our time here at Niagra was fun. What a natural wonder and it was a joy to have been able to experience it!

Until the next blog, happy trails!


A travel blog entry by warren5coat on Jul 18, 2014

... most notably entry loaders or back again hoes to do a much bigger array of tasks. Power and durability Tractors will also be generally developed to managed close to coarse terrain and draw totally weighty a whole lot. The motor yields plenty of drive to uncover the tractor to perform and run its activities, which makes great at tough harvesting or landscaping chores. Progressive tractors also come with cast metal front part axles for extra strength and durability, so you ...

Niagara Falls

A travel blog entry by jillmac on May 08, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... got a little way down the road from there and there was an old man driving his ride-on mower up the street with a shotgun draped across his lap. We are definitely in a different world! On the highway we saw a sign for the National Soaring museum so of course we had to stop for that. It was up a large hill and situated in a building on a gliding airfield that ran towards the end of the hill. The gliders would be able to take ...

Niagara Falls

A travel blog entry by lblack on Jun 06, 2013

29 photos

... 1677, earlier than Kalm, after traveling with the explorer René Robert Cavelier, Sieur de la Salle, thus bringing the falls to the attention of Europeans. Further complicating matters, there is credible evidence that the French Jesuit Reverend Paul Ragueneau visited the falls some 35 years before Hennepin's visit, while working among the Huron First Nation in Canada. Jean de Brébeuf also may have visited the falls, while spending time with the Neutral Nation.