Clarion Hotel Bel-Aire Conf. Ctr.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Clarion Hotel Bel-Aire Conf. Ctr. Erie
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Woke up sleepy but refreshed and ready for a new fun filled day! Got hannah up and ready with 20 min to spare for breakfast. We enjoyed French toast and strawberry yogurt. Plus an awesome cup of coffee, and hannah brought some tea for later, back to the room. I laughed so hard when we got back to the room- hannah has her own card, and when the door ...
... you will ever meet, I definitely feel more confident navigating a new city and have developed valuable tools to assimilate to a new culture. I have also found new leadership, and "followership," skills on this trip as I have had the opportunity to spearhead new fundraising and travel ideas while also accepting positions in the passenger seat to allow my fellow travellers to fill leadership roles ...
... have included hosting an Oktoberfest celebration on our campus, a pancake breakfast, and collecting personal donations from German Americans in our community. We have also volunteered at local German heritage events and have networked within the community and nationally.
Our goal for the trip is to engender an authentic experience while abroad. Although we ...
After checking all our lists we left Buckhorn at 11:30. Driving was smooth with a few delays through Central Toronto but we definitely missed being in any rush hour traffic. Got through the Canada/US border without a hitch. Thanks to our Nexus cards we were able to sail through and not wait in line for a moment. Roads had no snow so driving was a pleasure. That 6 feet of snow in Buffalo is all gone! ...
... of debate, although American Bison did range into western NY state at one time. Neither the Native American name Tehoseroron (the Place of the Basswoods) nor the French name Riviere aux Chevaux (River of Horses) survived, so the current name likely dates to the British occupation which began with the capture of Fort Niagara in ...