Holiday Inn Express & Suites Niagara Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express & Suites Niagara Falls
A comfortable place to stay. We were there just one night, but the room was clean and the service friendly.
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First, our apologies for being slow in sending out this first update. While the weather has been great for driving, we had LOTS of rain both Monday and Tuesday. In fact, severe weather and tornado warnings were posted in many places around Cleveland when we stayed outside that city Monday night. But, we're very …
... them omelettes or champagne. One woman tightroped across with her feet in baskets!! Even when it was illegal to go over the falls, people still tempted fate in all kinds of craft, and it continues to be a tempting place for those considering the certainty of death today. We stood behind a 5 foot barrier on the observation deck and I could barely go close to the edge of this windy, yawning precipice. No daredevil stunts for this prairie girl. There are actually 3 falls, ...
... waterfalls that straddle the international border between Canada and the United States; more specifically, between the province of Ontario and the state of New York. They form the southern end of the Niagara Gorge. The 3 falls are Bridal Veil, Horseshoe and American Falls. Only 50%25 of the river water that being allowed through (the rest being diverted to hydro electro power generation) and that was enough to wow us. People have done many things at Niagara ...
After getting our tire fixed yesterday we headed out to Niagara Falls (although our ultimate destination last night was my niece, Danielle Dwyer's house). As we headed north we noticed the toll road, so we quickly got on Google maps to see if there was another route that wouldn't charge tolls and wouldn't add too much extra time, enter route 5. According to Google, it was only an extra 20 minutes (it turned out to be faster because of traffic backups on 90). We ended up driving ...
... near the fire, we hit the road again.
We opted to take the toll road to avoid the traffic and intersections and headed south towards Pennsylvania. Dad continued driving while Gloria dozed again, Brian got a cat nap as well and I puttered on the blog and shared a few pictures. The area we traveled through was littered with wineries. We were alerted when the truck experienced a long stretch of rumble strip! I asked Dad if things were going ...