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Travel Blogs from Cheektowaga
The big day of nerves for all concerned. Started at the mall to buy Christmas wrapping paper. Did you ever realise just how hard it is to find a simple thing like wrapping paper and sticky tape in a large shopping centre? Anyway, after an hour we succeeded, and headed off to find Brendan's new apartment, coaxed by our ever patient GPS. The apartment is lovely - spacious and light, though they have put enormous amounts of work into ...
... smiles on our faces that you could possibly imagine. Rock on "Heidmanns on Tour".
After this we wandered back to the Visitor Center, had yet another warm afternoon ice cream and visited the souvenir shops for a snow globe for Lily and her burgeoning collection and some postcards for the rest of us. It was then a short 15 minute drive back to our campground and the kids had a play on the playground while the grown-ups relaxed and cooked dinner and then ...
... So we ended up leaving at about 7.15. First on the agenda was a Thousand Islands tour, a 3 hour coach ride from Montreal. We arrived at Ivy Lea at about 10 and the cruise departed at 10.15. We had beautiful weather, sunny and clear blue skies, and the islands were very pretty. So many of them and some so small. We saw The Thousand Islands Bridge which connects New York State and Ontario. We even saw a little house on an island with its own letter ...
... hear the roar of the falls increasing with intensity, then you feel the power of the falls under your feet like thunder. Then suddenly a pounding in your chest as you walk close to the observations decks. To experience this journey, reserve 30-45 minutes or longer if your taking pictures.
The second most exciting view of the falls is a boat ride on the Maid of the Mist. You truly cannot get closer then this. This was ...
... three quarters of us. I hadn't done it '74 but I had seen Ryan's little video so I was very keen about doing it. For $16 it was a great experience; thousands of others were doing it but it didn't diminish the fun. Great to put the plastic poncho on and get wet. Very busy there as we walked along and viewed the falls from the Canadian side. An amazing work of nature and when you get up close you appreciate ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking