Hampton Inn Buffalo-Airport Galleria
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... crowded at all. After looking at the falls from several vantage points we had just about decided that we would wait until tomorrow when we go into Canada to take the Maid of the Mist boat ride. We ran into a delightful couple who come to this area frequently from Cleveland, OH, and they recommended that we take the ride from the US side. They said the trip is longer, the crowds are much smaller, and the price is cheaper. We took their advice and are very ...
... watched a ten minute film in the 4d theatre was a bit different, sort of felt like you we're on a roller coaster. They spray water on you and drop snow on you so you feel like you are on a glacier! Had a bit of a drive around, looking at parts of the river and botanic gardens, beautiful tulips everywhere. Went to Tim Nortons for a coffee, haven't had the bagel yet ...
... and speakers. The hotel staff had finished the arch, the flowers, the bows and the ribbons by then, so Mandy and Lynne set out the candles around the room, and the small candles and unity candle up front to be used in the service.
By the time the mikes and speakers were all sorted, and the musicians briefed, people were already arriving, so Ash and Jess never got to practice, and adjust their levels. Whoops #1. The hotel event staff never checked sound levels on the ...
... shuttle back to the motel with the plate. With everybody there, except for Jess who was in transit at JFK, we gathered for the rehearsal in the hotel's atrium, being walked through our paces by the wedding organiser. Finally, a lovely rehearsal dinner together in the restaurant at the hotel where we had a great time meeting and chatting to Pastor Eric and his wife who were going to do the ...
... to get to Doubleday Field, a fairly famous field for junior baseball teams to play on, but we had to wade through knee deep snow to get to the gate, and of course it was chained shut. In the end we gave up, and headed home in the expectation of a very long, slow day on the road. Certainly the minor roads back to the Interstate were slow and slippery, but after an hour we got back to the Interstate to find that it wasn't ...