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 …
... the White Water Walk the water races north into the Eddy Basin before opening out into the Whirlpool. The 90 degree turn in the river is evidence of a 4,500 year old geographical catastrophe where the Falls once intersected with the ancient St. David's Gorge.
The Whirlpool Rapids were created in a matter of days, possibly hours when the Falls tore out the glacial debris that filled the older gorge. Today the 90 ...
... all the falls in their lit up glory. With the battery on my camera telling me it was flat, and no new ones to hand, I just managed to get a couple of shots in, but they don't give you much idea of how the sky exploded into every colour in the rainbow for several minutes. It was a spectacular way to end my time in Niagara Falls, and I caught my last WEGO bus back to finish packing the last few things so I'd be ready to get up in not much more than 5 and a half hours, groan!
... the subway station we figured out where we needed to go and tried to get tickets for the train....silly English people thinking we needed tickets! After a bizarre conversation with the very rude man at the ticket booth we worked out that the bus ticket included the train. So we got on the train. The hotel was in a district called Cabbagetown and we walked here from the subway. It was now dark but we found the hotel ok and checked in. It was ...
... letting you in and out. They ask the same things that the airport do but it is still nerve racking since you don’t want to be denied entry or not to get back into the US when you have weeks left on your holiday.
I eventually made it to my hotel which I was very excited about as I had a falls view room which I paid a little more for and I tell you once I got to the room, it was worth every penny for that view! The Horseshoe Falls was right outside my room, it ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed