Comfort Inn Cheektowaga
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Travel Blogs from Cheektowaga
... Then came the desserts - cassata, lemon meringue pie, and others, followed by coffee and tea. Lots of talking and more eating before a round of presents. The kids headed off to the airport to pick up Freya - the first friend to fly in, and it was nice to catch up with her for a while before we headed off back to the motel, and the kids headed off to see a late session of the ...
... money, but the locals actually will exchange items and services for these portraits if the old queen.
We continued east into the heart of southern Ontario. It is filled with vegetable and grain farms and dairies. Cities like Leamington boast that they produce Heinz ketchup or Hormel chili, etc. Most of the countryside along the 401 lacks the gaudiness if an American interstate. Occasionally there is an "On Route" oasis of services, but mostly it is grass ...
... 1860, to Annie Taylor, a 63-year-old schoolteacher, who became the first person to go over the Falls in a barrel and live to tell the tale. Share the heart-pounding terror of seven-year-old Roger Woodward, who survived the plunge with only a lifejacket. The Falls is waiting for you. We left just after 11 and next stop was the "Journey behind the falls". The Journey consists of an observation platform and series of tunnels near the bottom ...
... of the day is the Aussie bloke who decided to have a go at me for "slamming the door". I just got back from brushing my teeth and he starts yelling at me (I've got no idea what's going on), I say "sorry, it slams itself!", and try to close the door quietly...it gets stuck and slams again and he says "There you bloody go again!", so I brought out the Aussie accent and said "Look, mate, the door gets stuck, there's nothing I can do, just leave it". He shut up, but I ...
... even though we are around 20 city blocks from the falls). We had an easy load in and commenced the poolside cocktails immediately. Dinner at the Hard Rock was decent with Jimi Hendrix' guitar and Ella Fitzgerald's shoes a fun diversion. Ice cream at the Twist of the Mist and apparently NF is a mecca for Indian food...who knew? Will have to have some for lunch ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking