Holiday Inn Buffalo Downtown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Falls every second, and it felt like it was all falling on us. The kids were on the top deck while Marty and I cowered below. They got wetter than us, but not by much. I got some wonderful pictures that were ruined by drops of water on the camera lens (plus a lot that weren't ruined, thank goodness). And when we were at the closest, the mist was so thick that we couldn't see anything but a wall of white, which doesn't make much of a picture. It was only when we were so up close ...
... cubic feet (5,700 m3) per second. Since the flow is a direct function of the Lake Erie water elevation, it typically peaks in late spring or early summer. During the summer months, 100,000 cubic feet (2,800 m3) per second of water actually traverses the falls, some 90% of which goes over the Horseshoe Falls, while the balance is diverted to hydroelectric facilities. This is accomplished by employing a weir with movable gates upstream from the Horseshoe Falls. The ...