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
... beneath a fine spray of ice water. In my own group, we had a sweet boy from Calgary circa Lahore and a Palestinian-Italian circa California. I stood at the foot of the Falls watching the huge weight of water pouring over in a tumult of green-blue, hushed, frozen, timeless. But perhaps what really amazed me was the way in which we had globalised the vastness of the world to bring everything so close, within reaching, touchable. The world in a tour ...
First off --- Gorgeous! We got in a little after 9pm but just in time for the colored lights. (Apparently at 9:30 pm they put on a beautiful mixed color light show) Worth either waiting til the sun goes down while you are there or coming at night. Our trip we thought was going to be quiet, romantic.. just enjoy the view... we were wrong. As soon as we got out of the van this kid popped up out of nowhere, as if hiding in the bushes, and went on and ...
... all the 'weather' going on around you, you are provided with another sexy poncho! An amazing experience to have just before... Journey behind the falls- Another lift down to tunnels leading behind the falls with some stunning view points one just to the side of the Horseshoe fall and two standing behind the gushing water. Just standing staring at the sheet of water shows the magnitude and power of this incredible wonder. This was our order for the ...
... outside Niagara for 4 nights. The Campground was in the wine region, 25km from Niagara Falls so we took different routes to see surrounding area. There is so much to see & do we could have stayed much longer but we have a long way to go & more provinces to see!!
We were so eager to see the Niagara Falls we set up camp, unhooked the car & ...
... it was nearing 10:30AM! We had to fend off a few squirrels trying to nip at our ankles and push past a few tourists, but we managed! The walk back seemed much longer than the walk to the falls. We took turns freshening up in the camper and got some carrots, wheat thins, hummus and jerky out of the cooler, along with some iced coffee and half frozen waters…ahhh!!! After resituating ourselves in the truck like a dog that circles and settles into ...