Courtyard Buffalo Amherst
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Well, so much for ending the journey on Friday! Just got in to Buffalo -- Air Canada is putting us up in a hotel as they tried landing in Toronto but the winds were too great. It was pretty scary! We were 30 feet off the ground when they ascended again and re-routed us to Buffalo. Quite a bit of drama, with loads of turbulence, people throwing up, …
... Island between the American Falls and Horseshoe Falls that is part of the NY state park) and asked when they stopped seating for dinner. She told me 9pm, which meant we had only 15 minutes to make it, and I navigated Will through southern Niagara Falls, to the park and into the parking lot like I had been dining there all of my life (thanks iPad!). We got to the Top of the Falls restaurant in time and we were seated with a fantastic view of Terrapin Point and the falls ...
... have been a vineyard selling their grapes to other wineries for years and just decided to start making their own wines. They were pretty good too, but we decided not to buy another bottle. All the other wineries had pretty reasonably priced wines at about $12 or $13, but the last winery's cheapest bottle was $18.
After finishing up at the wineries we headed in to downtown to get some dinner. Two guys at two different wineries suggested that we check out ...
... to the USA I felt no more than a convict. Steel bars, queues and needless security made me feel an unwelcomed return. One arrival was even denied access.
I must say I thoroughly enjoyed my investigatory experience despite my setbacks. This process only lasted until early afternoon though, and soon I had to find something else to occupy my time. Erroneously, on boredom I stepped into the gambling pits with 40 dollars. After ...
... Since we had already been drenched twice, we decided to go for the trifecta and went of the Cave of the Winds tour. There is no longer a cave, but the walkway/stairs is a one way trip that takes you right up to and partly through the Bridal Veil Falls (the right side of the American Falls). You will get soaked. The provide you with raincoats that are long and have sleeves. You are also required to wear the water shoes they provide ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility