Holiday Inn Buffalo Downtown
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... but the pipes had frozen over the winter and they hadn't fixed them yet. We decided to push ahead to Buffalo.
On the way to Buffalo we went through one more canal, the Black Rock Canal. This canal bypasses a part of the Niagara River that drops five feet in six miles creating a very strong current. The canal has just one lock, officially our last lock of the Great Meander on the Little Loop. We have done 54 ...
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By Tim Ric*******.
... lunch. There didn't seem to be much to do in Niagara except enjoy the Falls so after lunch we found a place in the surrounding park to hang out and relax. When we were ready to move on, we went back to the motel room for a bit and Wayne made some dinner reservations. Instead of walking back into town in the evening we needed to catch a bus to ensure that we'd make our reservation on time. As we bought (expensive) tickets we ...
... the higest example of poor taste, a ripleys believe it or not museum.
In contrast, the American side of the falls is uncharacteristicly restrained, despite having the poorer view the cliffs are all parkland with walking trails and a few viewing points.
Luckily, the falls are incredible. It was surreal to stand next to them and imagine the tens of thousands of litres of water bursting over the ...
... it was the most amount of cheese in a pizza I’ve ever seen. It looked like a quiche it was so thick – again I have photographic evidence of this!!!
On Saturday morning we got up and went up the Sears tower (now called the Willis tower) This was good but the weather wasn’t brilliant couldn’t see that far the fog was still lingering in the distance. We then went to Millennium park to see some statue that looked like ...