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
Lazy start to the day with Bill and Paul cooking breakfast again.
Drove to Niagara Falls National Park and walked around the park visiting Goat Island and the lovely tiny islands of the three sisters. The Niagara River splits around Goat Island to create America Falls ...
... stay we are at JellyStone campground, yep - Yogi bear's digs. We drove along the falls on the Niagara scenic parkway, then went a bit further north where we could park the rig and ride our bikes back down the parkway; it was a great bike ride and a beautiful day. When we got back to our parking spot we found a long metal staircase that led down the coastal rocks and then ...
... that gets you in to the IMax movie, the Cave of the Winds, and some other stuff in addition to the Maid of the Mist boat ride. I was just there and already thinking about planning another trip to Niagara Falls.
After that we walked around the park for a while and got some ice cream. There was a walking tour scheduled for our group followed by viewing of the fireworks, but we opted to go get wings instead! Since I knew we were going to be in ...
... river below too - the water still runs underneath the top layers of ice. It's really cool, the water has just frozen mid-stream. There is only one time in history where the falls have frozen completely, so ur 150 years ago. Wow it must have been cold for that to happen! We read a brochure at the horseshoe falls about a lady who crossed the falls via a barrel - she got inside a custom made barrel and jumped into the falls - crazy! The video of her story is played at the ...
Niagara Falls, a fabled name that reaches out of the past with urban legends of heart shaped beds in seedy honeymoon suites and tales of courageous ( and/or crazy) daredevils tempting fate for their moment of fame. I remember an old sepia picture that showed a woman getting into a barrel to go over Niagara Falls, and as we marvelled at the sheer magnitude and power of these falls, we had to wonder. WHY? WHY would anyone want to go over that gigantic drop? WHY would ...