Four Points by Sheraton Niagara Falls
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Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
... and a dirty tshirt. Time to leave. We left the motel and headed for the falls which, dare I say it, was slightly underwhelming. It wasn't as big as I had thought and the town itself is like Blackpool on speed...not somewhere you want to stay. But our bus to Buffalo to catch the train to Chicago isn't until 5pm so we're waiting it out in a trusty McDonalds. The experience has been good but I don't think this is somewhere I ever want to return...bring on ...
... brilliant and gave us amazing views. We took an elevator to the bottom to view the gorges, which were cool. When we went back up the top we paid another visit to the visitor centre. It was here we made an error in paying to see a 40 minute video about Niagara Falls. This was a shockingly bad film and just listed fact after fact all set before 1970's graphics. It was here that we decided to leave Niagara to begin our drive to Macedonia. We stopped off on the way for a ...
... restaurant looked quite cool, but it smelt like cat food and the whole experience wasn't great. To be honest, I've had better wings at pretty much any other place that I've tried them. The Anchor Bar is not a must for any visitor of Buffalo. Amanda then wanted to check out a thrift store so we found a pretty cool one and had a look around. I bought a few old/weird books for $1.37 and Amanda got some cool clothes that she has ideas for altering. We drove around ...
niagara falls, what a rush (pun attended!) we saw it from all angles, on top, on the bottom (in the maiden of the mists boat), across on the canadian side. the park is beautiful , lots of walking paths, gardens and all around the park is disneyland. it started raining the evening we got here and rained the entire next day and night and than it started to clear up. we had about one and a half nice days out of seven. our ...
... of the Niagara River itself. The current rate of erosion is approximately 1 foot (0.30 m) per year down from a historical average of 3 feet (0.91 m) per year. However, it is estimated that 50,000 years from now, even at this reduced rate of erosion, the remaining 20 miles (32 km) to Lake Erie will have been undermined and the falls will cease to exist.
There are differing theories as to the origin of the name of the falls. According to ...
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