Days Inn & Suites - Niagara Falls / Buffalo
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Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
... into Canada where we dined at the Skylon Tower - a lovely 3 course meal in the revolving restaurant overlooking the falls. A bit more walking and gawking at the falls before retiring for the day. K Forgot to mention that yesterday we experienced every traveller's laundry dilema; do it through the hotel and it eats into you wallet or at a launderomat and it eats into your sight-seeing time. In the end, ...
... everywhere - but we managed to get a spot up the top were the Maid of the Mist starts. A couple of us were lucky enough to slowly get to the front for an awesome view! The photos explain it all! The next day we had a free day to explore the falls. In the morning, as a group, we did the Maid of the Mist - a boat ride that takes you to the foot of the falls - the falls are pretty loud! A few of us went over to Canada to ...
I eagerly woke up today, and got everything ready to leave the campground. We were soon on the road again and the drive was about 8 hours so it was a pretty tough one in the big RV but we passed through some cool looking places. After about an hour, we decided to stop for some breakfast at this place called 'Panera Bread' which is some kind of classy fast-food place and it was ...
... walk around! So we wandered down along the USA's waterfront park of the falls.
On the USA side it's quite interesting, they have parks along the waterfront and bridges to access the two islands that lead out towards the Canadian falls. So if you imagine drawing a line across the Center of your page. Then draw a second line an inch above that. This is the river. Mark the top half above the river as Canada and then mark the bottom half below the river as the ...
... customs … so we walked.
Can we escape this drama please ?
You’d think that walking across a bridge … and for that matter one called the Rainbow Bridge … would be simple for a couple of sick oldies wouldn’t you … wrong. If we can make hard work of something, we’ll do it.
First of all, we needed to pay 50 cents each in US coins to leave Canada … strange but true … I don’t make this SH!T ...
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility