Homewood Suites by Hilton Buffalo Airport
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... a half so we give this a miss.
After 3 lovely days in Buffalo we start off early for the 7 hour drive to the "Big Apple". The scenery changes with much beauty to be seen. It becomes obvious as we get closer to New York City that we have left country USA and are entering one of the busiest cities in the world. I find just sitting in the passenger seat really nerve wrecking. How any one ever navigated through the road systems here with out the help of ...
... 2 jumpers and a polo shirt which should have been $170 but I got them for $40, there were lots of great deals on shame we couldn't stay for longer. After settling in the hotel we went out for some food. We had been to Buffalo and knew there was a great steakhouse in the last hotel we stayed in but didn't realise how good till we got there. The place was called E.B. Green's and it had been voted the ...
... view of the falls, and though it took us a while to order (Neil and Jana both had to go to the loo, and River needed a change), it was a really nice place to sit and watch the water while we talked.
Neil had MANY questions about Australia. Many of which were a bit odd *giggles* And he wanted to know if I liked Star Trek and Star Wars and if I played video games and things. It might have been a third degree, if it hadn't been so relaxed and friendly ...
For my last day in Buffalo I was taken to Peller estates which is a Vineyard over the border in Canada not far from Niagara falls. We went on a wine tour there and sampled some very questionable C******nay and a speciality of theirs - ice wine - which in my opinion was like drinking raisins it was that sweet! After finishing the tour we had a reservation at their restaurant - it was incredible! The food was like ...
If you think you can fly overnight and not feel sleepy the next day, think again. We flew from Calgary to Toronto and wrongly suspected we'd sleep on the plane. No, the phlegm-hawking man, snoring woman and grizzly toddler ensured I (Leea) didn't achieve a wink of sleep. Of course. We were only on the plane for under 4 hours anyway so Katie barely slept either. Not a great introduction to our day - we had to ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center