Niagara Falls North / Lewiston KOA

Address: 1250 Pletcher Road, Youngstown, New York, 14174 , United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1250 Pletcher Road, Youngstown, is near The Brae Burn Estate (Inniskillin Wines Inc.), Reif Estate Winery, Artpark, and Queenston Heights Park.
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Travel Blogs from Youngstown

Day 11 - Always thought it was spelled Niagra?

A travel blog entry by cmhuff on Jul 10, 2012

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... I had Rome as an overnight stop because Fort Stanwix is there. Fort Stanwix is a log fort that was built originally by the British in 1758 during the French and Indian war and was used in the American Revolution as well. It’s ruins had been buried below modern urban buildings, but in the 70’s extensive archeological research was done and the fort was rebuilt as close to the original as possible. It was completely worth the slight detour off of the highway ...

Over nite stay in Niagara

A travel blog entry by robynstravels on Sep 20, 2011

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... time of the trip, anyway when we were back in side show ally they had the same coat for 125 dollars yes it was rip the tourist of back at that other shop, still didn't buy it just had no room in the suit case

We wandered up the street found a nice pub and had a nice leisurely meal there then check out the rest of the street had a look at the fall at nite then back to the motel to get ready to leave again.

Once again we were picked up by our ...

Home Sweet Home

A travel blog entry by smyth on Apr 20, 2010

... We were offered a train to Newark but that didn't help much so we opted to wait for the next flight to BUF.

We had to pay a bit more for luggage and a taxi but certainly not what we would have had to pay to stay another six nights. By the time we got home we had been up for over thirty hours but...

It was all worth it in the end and we are glad to be home!

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Saying Goodbye to Canada

A travel blog entry by railberries on Feb 25, 2007

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We couldn't leave Canada without doing a few saved up must-do activities. The first was to get our last fill of skiing so we headed to the hills behind Barrie about 90 minutes north of Toronto. Can I just say I hate the freeways around Toronto. Good. I feel better now. Sally and Sarah tried snowboarding and weren't having a high success rate so returned to downhill skiing and had a ball. They are ...