DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Buffalo - Amherst
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... began to move we were shuttled across an unpaved area for ¼ mile and the dust approached dust-bowl intensity.
As we approached the NTOL area, the countryside was filled with small vineyards. There are so many vineyards that we wondered if they all could make money. Houses and businesses in the area had magnificent gardens. Unfortunately, I didn't get pictures because I was looking at maps trying to figure out how to get to the Historical Section and ...
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... wearing the fetching blue ponchos.
We then headed over the bridge and border and entered Canada formally, where we had a lovely buffet lunch at the Sheraton, overlooking all of the falls. Talk about a spectacular place for lunch!
After lunch our tour guide took us on a walk through beautiful gardens to more gorgeous viewing points from the Canadian side of the falls. We all agreed that the Canadians had the best vantage points!
A detour to ...
... a brochure that most of us have in our minds. We took a boat ride to as close as one dares to the boiling cascades and a kind of a rush took over while taunting this overwhelming power in our humble little tub. We saw the falls from both sides of the border and I felt the view from Canada was a little more spectacular. We had dinner that evening at a revolving restaurant in the top of the Skylon ...