Motel 6 Niagara Falls
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Coming to Niagara Falls was due to many reasons - the British Airways strike meant we had extra time, I really wanted to see the falls, and staying there in a motel was cheaper than two dorm beds in New York!
Our first day we did the proper falls thing. We walked up and were a bit surprised... There's so much hype about Niagara Falls so …
... dry off before the next part of the tour - journey behind the falls which is exactly that. The best part is walking out alongside the falls but again your quickly in for a soaking. The last part is Niagaras fury which is a 4D movie type ride which explains how the falls were created. As this creation involves water you get sprayed every couple of seconds! As we were already pretty wet it didn't really matter. The highlight of the day came when we visited ...
... working phone. All of which are required. So we rode to a factory outlet centre looking for bargains. Phones were over $600... so no phone, undies were no where to be seen... but there was a store selling ski clothing for half price. Yay. We both picked out a jacket and pants for the snow. Jase, the Aussie supporter is decked out in green and gold, and Amy is in bright pink. We realised we didn't have enough money to buy the clothes so were discussing what to put ...
... it to air, I jumped on the next bus and headed in the opposite direction this time to the falls. Niagara Falls has had a relatively new tourist bus system installed within the last year, called WEGO. For $7, you can get a 24 hour pass on any of the four routes, which cover all the major attractions in the town area, and a few further up the Niagara river. For $11:50 you can buy a 48 hour pass. The one I bought, halfway through that first day, was only a 24 hour ...
... to work it out the old fashioned way.
It was clear that the town had been invaded by Tourists today - the main street was lined with tourist and boutique shops, brimming to the front door with people. I lost count of the amount of ice cream stores; all claiming to have the best ice cream in the region.
As the name suggests, the region girted Niagara lake. It was such a clear day; the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed