Candlewood Suites Hotel Buffalo / Amherst
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Travel Blogs from Amherst
... checked out and planted myself in a seat to wait for the shuttle. I've totally turned into Ross from friends... Remember the one where Ross and Chandler stay in a hotel and take everything possible from the room which is classed a consumable... Well I pretty much did the same, nabbed all the teabags from the room and spotted apples in a dish on the front desk which I helped myself to!! Luckily for me though my suitcase ...
... to stroll as they cross from one country to the other. The American Falls are called Niagara Falls and the Canadian, Horseshoe falls. It is safe to say that Horseshoe falls are the more dramatic and impressive of the two falls and the one that is almost always captured in photographs. All this passed by us quickly as Tim was very focused on getting tickets to get on the 'Maid of the Mist' boat that has been taking visitors to the base of both falls since ...
... Next we went into the Guess shop, and there were some nice things, but we were a bit lazy to try stuff on. Next was the Nike store where Trish and I both bought joggers. Only $45 - cheap! We browsed through a few other shops, and then sat in the sun for a little bit to soak up the warmth. The bus left at 6.10 to go back to the hotel. We made plans to meet up with Anne, Matthieu and Ludo at 7.15 to go out. We walked to Clifton Hill which ...
... the Mist. The tickets were about $16.50. On our long walk down we were handed a blue pack-a-mack, and put them on after we had boarded the boat. We managed to get a spot top deck right near the railing. The boat started slowly and we could feel the nice feel of the mist (it was so hot out, and the water was really refreshing). Silly us, we thought that was as wet as it was going to get. We continued up the river, and then was the horse shoe. In the horse shoe, there are two ...
... some non-descript halfway point, and I don't think we could have made that judgment call until we'd been out on the roads and got a feel for what we could manage in a day. Anyway, after two hours on the internet and several tantrums (most of which weren't mine) we were left with a Holiday Inn Express on the outskirts of Boston at $110 a night and a $72 internet bill! We love the Hilton, but they say love hurts and it certainly did at this at ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking