Days Inn & Suites - Niagara Falls / Buffalo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was another driving day as at 11am we gave a sad (yet triumphant) farewell to Cedar Point. After watching movies with Tyler whilst Zac navigated, we arrived at our Hotel a minutes walk away from the falls. We had TGI's for dinner and then took a look around the American side as well as a snazzy firework show which I'm sure you will see pictures of at some ...
... drenched by the mist from the falls. The views were pretty spectacular though. After the boat tour I headed over to the foot bridge where you cross the border over into Canada. I had some visa things I had to sort out so while the rest of the group stayed in the American side of the falls I wandered across the bridge into Canada. At the border I got questioned pretty harshly because it wasn't that long ago since I'd been to Canada and ...
... my pick. We stocked up on all kinds of meat for our barbecue too. We're set! Niagara Falls hasn't changed much in the past couple thousand years, only eroding about 12 feet since then. What has changed is the few high rise hotels have taken over from the outdated honeymooner motels. A bit sad really. Most of the motels are nearly empty and a bit (well ...... a lot) warn out. We were able to see the sights without too much trouble ...
... a KOA camping ground, where we learned how to set up tents and use the other camping tools, as there were 9 girls and 3 boys, and there can't be any sharing boys and girls, us boys agreed to take turns having a tent on our own, I started, how roomy. After setting up camp, we went grocery shopping, and on a booze run. Not being able to buy alcohol, I got Tate to buy me some. The rest of the night was spend, drinking beers and ...
... when a UK licence was produced and handed over a summons - which couldn't cope with UK postcodes - and grudgingly admitted it was all pretty meaningless.
Never-the-less we proceeded at a more moderate pace to Niagara where we joined a tour round the attractions, the highlights of which were the elevator ride and boardwalk near the bottom of the ...