Microtel Inn - Buffalo( Lancaster-Williamsville/Airport Area)

Address: 50 Freeman Rd, Williamsville, New York, 14221-7204, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 50 Freeman Rd, Williamsville, is near Lancaster Opera House, auto., and Galileo.
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Travel Blogs from Williamsville

Day One – Shuffling off to Buffalo

A travel blog entry by meckley on Dec 20, 2014

The day started off with a great morning of skiing!! The conditions were not so great, but skiing is skiing!! Hmmmm, I am going to miss it for the next week!!!!

We finished packing and loaded up the SUV and drove to Buffalo. It was a mad rush to get on the road!!!! I hope we have everything we need!! We were staying in a motel close to the …

Sheep6toad

A travel blog entry by warren5coat on Jul 18, 2014

A tractor can be described as farming motor vehicle conventionally familiar with mechanise agricultural jobs similar to tillage. However, the tractor has come a long way since its humble beginning as a steam engine on wheels during the early 19th century. At this moment, tractors can be used as ploughing, tilling and planting subjects. Cutting-edge tractors can be used an assortment of duties inclusive of ritual garden care and handling, landscaping repairs and maintenance, ...

Journy behind the falls

A travel blog entry by kdutoit on Apr 18, 2014

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... have to get the photos from one of the ladies from the group to sent me her photos that we took together. It was surprisingly not that cold near the water but enough to still wear jackets, hates and gloves. Some quick photos and back in a taxi to go to the hotel. Shower and dressed and in bed for a early start in the morning. We are leaving to go to Lancaster to see the sightseeing and then a dinner with a Amish style ...

Niagara Falls-Lotta Watta

A travel blog entry by pyoots on Jul 08, 2013

2 comments, 18 photos

... land cut in two". Explorer Champlain - I know you remember him, he's the one that ran aground near Bar Harbor, ME. He described fascinating falls in his journals. Several early pioneers built small canals to power a lumber mill and later widened the canal to build a grist mill.

New York Central Railroad touted Niagara Falls as a destination for tourists and honeymooners and became quite prosperous ...

Niagara Falls... Which Country am I in?

A travel blog entry by jennell on Jun 11, 2013

2 comments, 16 photos

... the story (and photos) of a 7 year old boy who survived falling over the Falls wearing nothing but his bathers and a life jacket!  Can you believe he was unharmed? Now that was lucky!! There was also the first person to VOLUNATIRLY go over the Falls and live (in 1901).  This person was Annie Edson Taylor.  A woman who, on her 63rd birthday, went over the falls in a custom built barrell! She survived relatively unharmed but still that has to be one of the ...