Extended Stay America - Buffalo - Amherst
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at the free exhibits at the Butterfly Conservatory but we didn't do the paid section since been to other butterfly exhibits . We walked over to the rose gardens before leaving but hardly any were blooming.
Continuing north we stopped at the pullout for the Adam Beck Generating Plant (and the Robert Moses Power Plant on the US side). I didn’t know it at the time but they have tours of the plant that last about 40 min. Just past ...
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It was an early get up - 5.30am to pack up the camp site and hit the road to Niagara Falls. It was our longest travel day, with us travelling 725km's. No road trip would be complete without the obligatory pit stop at a Walmart...where you can buy everything, jumbo sized!! - Yes, John stocked up on root beer, marshmallows, chocolate and crackers for this evenings s'mores, as it was our night for cooking duty and we all know how I love a ...
... Pacific Railroad: Major Tom's Ground Control Landscaping Company. Mary's Version Greg is right. The boat ride is so worth $17.00! Let's just say, it's breathtaking and exhilarating. Pictures speak louder than words, and pictures aren't even enough. It's so funny, Greg drove all day, until we got to Niagara Falls, at about 3:00 PM. Then suddenly, we were parked, on the elevator, going WAY down into the gorge, then we're on the boat. Then, we're right beside ...
... weekend was going to be worth the time out of my currently overloaded schedule when, before the bus even left Albany, my daughter turned to me and said, "This is going to be great." We went on this trip as a mother-daughter trip instead of a troop trip. I loved the bonding time - we were able to spend quality time without worrying about parking, having money, meals, or gas. We were along for the ride, wherever it was taking us!