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 …
... to jump on the beds and take photo after photo. Slightly crazy, yes.
We wanted to make the most of our hotel room later on, so we grabbed our handbags, opted out of Starbucks and headed outside. There was quite a view of the falls right out the front of our hotel! I was gobsmacked. Sadly, we found it was quite the hike to get directly in front of them.
'Is that rain?' was the comment from Beth. Nope - just spray from the falls! After snapping a few ...
... youngsters forced to accompany parents on a walk past the spectacular falls have a generally grumpy face, waiting to see what's in it for them. But from the main street, which slopes downwards, you are reminded why you are there; in my case, when I was roughly level with Burger King and being tempted, only to have my eyes diverted by the Guinness World of Records sign and from there reestablishing my focus. Down the hill, across the road, there are the first fall; half ...
We head out of Moline and travelled East towards Niagara Falls, tracking past the mighty cities of Chicago, Detroit, millions of people and thousands of trucks and cars. Seriously we have seen more trucks (Tractor- trailers as they call them) then we have every seen in our life. The road is in good condition just full of traffic, got into one small traffic it only lasted a half an hour. I have been using trucks to clear the path ahead and the trick is to not get stuck when there ...
... who had been there very passionately recommended visiting the Canadian side over the American side. I also took in to consideration the fact that for any of the “official” attractions we would be paying $40. Maid of the Mist, IMAX movie, Journey behind the Falls, Butterfly Gardens, Cave of the Winds....$40, $40, $40, $40, $40. Whatever the attraction was it generally was going to cost $15 each for adults, $10 for William and MC was free for pretty much all of ...