Motel 6 Niagara Falls
Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
... of men sitting at the next table - they seemed to be having a meeting about their "club". Don't know what sort of club - huntin', shootin' or fishin' perhaps. Eventually we cross the border back into USA - this happened without incident - no long waits or long talkers. Finally arrive at my sister's place in Waterford - just north of Detroit. So lovely to see my sister, niece Sarah, nephew Mathew, 2 little boys Blaine and Madden, and meet my sister's lovely American husband, Andy. ...
... I can see we are travelling through the Greenbelt area (mainly corn and other crops) lots of towns and suburbs. The vision now is very limited with the rain and lightning from Burlington we are now on the QEW to Niagara going through Hamilton. A large county mainly industrial and vineyards. Going over a very high long bridge can't see the name of the river but we are near Lake Ontario travelling round the bay. hopefully I can get a video and photos when ...
... with enthusiastic travelers. As time went on, impressive bridges carried rail, pedestrian and vehicles across the border to Canada.
As electricity became the rage, thoughts turned to Niagara Falls and the potential of the hydro-electric output. Nikola Tesla and George Westinghouse in 1893 won the bid to install generating turbines that would stand the test of time and would later cause J.P. ...
... area and after a few questions, I was out the door. I headed over the road to the bus station, purchased a 2 day pass, and jumped on a bus headed to the area where most of the hotels are. The driver told me where I needed to get off. I checked into my hotel and got a room that was 3 times the size of my New York hotel. I dumped my gear and headed down to the falls for a quick preview. It was then that I noticed how bitterly cold it was - 7 degrees ...
About a two hour car-ride from Toronto are the Niagara Falls. My friend Dave is taking us in his car. Its a must see, really, yes its a tourist trap, but you don't go on your first Paris trip without visiting the Eiffel Tower? Am I right?
There is a rain is falling all the way there and we think that the day just may rain in and that we don't get to exit the car due to the falling rains. We get here, park the car to get something to eat and just the jog across the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed