Days Inn Near The Falls
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Near The Falls Niagara Falls
Room was good size with comfortable beds and soft plump cushions. Old hotel but maintained well. Taps were very hard to turn on - needed to pull up on an oval shaped plastic knob. it required considerable force to lift it. I needed two hands. Some folks with arthritic hands would have no chance. breakfast is very basic - donuts, pastries, bagels and limited cereal. Did have nice fresh fruit compote. Only hot food was toast.. Have not stayed in Day's Inn before so did not know what to expect for breakfast - not as many options as Comfort.
Location was great for the Falls and Rainbow Bridge - about halfway between the two. We walked to both as well as walking over the bridge to US. Would still stay there again but would bring some food for breakfast if you want more.
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Took time this morning to research and book our hotel at Niagara Falls. Many were fully booked already. We chose one that was within walking distance of the falls and the Rainbow Bridge - the bridge connecting US with Canada near the falls.
The temperature was a little higher when we left and coats were not needed. High clouds and no wind …
... ponchos but, it's impossible not to get wet. Great tour, think Sass got a heap of photos. We were sucked in and bought some merchandise.
We then walked back up the main drag known as the Niagara River Parkway toward the Welcome Centre and the Journey Beyond the Falls tour. This actually took us through a tunnel behind Horseshoe falls. There were a couple of open Portals to look through, but it was useless. The water and mist was so thick it was impossible to see ...
... basically do the same as us, none of them could get a cab either! The problem is that if we walked away and went back to the apartment, we would get no refund from our travel insurance but if they cancelled the tour, then we would be fully refunded ($1500) so we had no alternative but to wait. At 12pm they said we could board - now, we knew that it was a 1.5 hours flight so daylight and therefore photo-opportunities were slipping away before our eyes and yet ...
The morning couldn't come fast enough and we were up before our alarm, happy to shake the bed bugs off of us and vacate this joint. But we were taking a different route out of here! I’m not walking back down that dodgy street again; the sun hasn’t even come up yet.
And so we choose a different route, a better route, a civilized route back to the populated centre of town and stop for breakfast at Tim Horton’s. This is ...
... cycle maps would first get to the Atlantic. I wanted to cycle the shortest but best possible & safest route. This meant staring for ages at maps and trying to work out what roads were major arteries and which were not. Though I sat for hours in a constant flux of indetermination there was clearly a higher purpose for all this pontification, because much later that day I would discover that there was a canal trail that ran from Niagara all the way to Albany ...