Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
... Bridal Veil Falls and on to the Horseshoe Falls. The noise and force of the water is impressive and very wetting if your poncho is blowing up in the breeze. Next stop was the Cave of the Winds. Entry to this attraction is on Goat Island. The Upper River forks around Goat Island which creates the separation between the American/Bridal Veil Falls and Horseshoe Falls. Again a lift took us down about 50 metres to a tunnel which led us out to the riverside. This time we ...
... so devastated she named her inn and restaurant after her lost lover. That inn is the very same Plummer's where we stopped Tuesday. With good food and good conversation happening there, it would be very easy to go there again.
Tuesday ended with a stop to Niagara Falls. While the area is, of course, rather congested, it is now VERY commercialized with every franchise, arcade and tourist business ...
Tomorrow we will head off for our New England adventure and make our way to Halifax, Nova Scotia and cousin Deb's and back! The Stogiemobile is gased up and ready to go and I plan to gain at least 5 lbs. and have an absolute blast! We are thankful for such an amazing opportunity and well deserved break ...
Today we immersed ourselves (literally) in Niagara Falls. The day began with breakfast and a dip in the hotel pool by the 3 J's (Josh, Jessica and Jasmine). After they got dressed, we walked over to the Niagara Falls State Park to begin our day's adventures with a ride in Maid of the Mist. There had been much discussion at breakfast about whether the kids should change out of their bathing suits, since they would be getting wet at the Falls. They decided to change, but bathing ...
... out in a hurricane. What an adventure. I will put pictures on my Flickr site shortly.
After our boat ride, we were off to the US again. It was kind of difficult, since our GPS, who we have nick named Carmen (the Garmin) kept trying to direct us over the Whirlpool Bridge, which is not accessible, except if you have a NEXUS card. None of us do, nor did we know what it was. ...