Microtel Inn Tonawanda-Buffalo
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... which is still Maid of the mist..
The falls are on the American and Canadian sides of the border..
We got so close in to the base of the falls it was like being under a tropical monsoon..
The Capes did a good job but our legs got soaked..
And our boots full of water..
Then it was, for me the best of the lot, the journey behind the falls...
... apartments and then converted in to a hotel about 9 years ago. After the "quaint" theme of Cedar Point and I am in love with the warehouse style rooms, high ceilings, rustic decor and clean lines. This is a place I could stay a while. Simple but understated.
Next door to our hotel is the Peal Street Brewery and we venture there for dinner on our first night in Buffalo. Great service, lovely food and wonderful atmosphere. After another day of driving ...
... green and the other was gathering and pinning a dress. The dream continued to the point where I was living in the body of a hamster which was when I was woken by the loud and very irritating 6am wake up call I had not booked.
We made our way to Niagara Falls and myself and Marie-Eve set off to explore. The river running towards the falls suddenly picks up pace to 30mph at the part known as 'the point of no return'. Only a low rail, easy to step ...
... 39;Times New Roman'; font-size: small; line-height: normal; ">Our final stop on the way back to Toronto is at the Pilliteri Vineyard. This area is famous for its ice wine, which is produced by harvesting the grapes in January when the temperature has fallen to minus 17. This means the sugar in the grapes intensifies and creates a very sweet dessert wine. There are over 100 vineyards in the region and the Pilliteri vineyard alone accounts for 20% of the world's ...
... the day! I decided to check out High Falls, which would also bring me through the center of town.
Concordant with what the barman had told me last night the center of the town was pretty depressing. All it had was office buildings and people waiting for the bus - none of which I could look around or buy a souvenir from.
I got on to the Genesee River Trail which sounded nice, a lovely stroll along the riverside I thought to myself! You get ...
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