Comfort Inn Cheektowaga
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Travel Blogs from Cheektowaga
... seal our neighbour snores very loud. The night seemed to go on forever we both had an on again off again sleep. We awoke and were ready to start our 2 day travel adventure. Breakfast in the hotel was a bit disappointing but it was food. The staff at the hotel are very friendly and were all helpful we actually got on the crew shuttle and ...
... of the atrium to play them down the aisle, and serenade the guests over refreshments. Rachel had seen them at a college function and had mentioned that she really liked them, and it was a really nice touch.
After we'd all processed out, the guests all mingled in the atrium for drinks and nibbles while the band played and the bride and groom mingled for photos. After a little while, Brendan got the idea that photos were going to be fairly informal, so he started marshalling ...
... Close it, flip it over, and two minutes later it goes beep and you have a lovely big fat waffle *G* So that was breakfast (along with a lot of apple juice).
Out into the cold and snow we went. I am still basically a five year old when it comes to snow, since I get it so rarely, and I have missed it since London. I stomp in it, kick it, pick it up...all to Raquel's great amusement, of course *g*
We walked down to the train station - there's one train ...
... out from behind Horseshoe falls. The areas to look out of the portals were about 6 feet wide, so we ended up bottlenecked with all kinds of other tourists in a tunnel, being lightly sprayed with water and trying to elbow our way with the kids up to the handrail. All to look at the back of the waterfall (that I’m almost sure we could have recreated somehow in Atlanta) for about 3 minutes. As not to be completely negative I should say that there was an observation ...
... and then headed back to the hotel just as Donna and Ginger were waking up.
Went to the weird hotel next door, the Tower Hotel, and had breakfast. This hotel looks like a giant water tower. It has a ground floor, then a skinny tower that goes way up, and expands at the top to hold six floors of rooms. We figured there had to be at least 10 rooms per floor. It looks like it would sway in a strong wind.
After breakfast we walked ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility