Oak Tree Inn
Travel Blogs from Cheektowaga
... bad. The snow ploughs had been busy, and word hadn't got through that the Interstate was open, so traffic was light. Quite surprised, we made reasonable progress, making extra stops to de-stress, and arrived back safely in Buffalo about 3pm. A quick visit to Home Depot to get some supplies for the apartment, then off to pick up Dan and Bec whose flight from Chicago had been cancelled, and had instead flown to Toronto. They ...
... all squished into a chocolatey, gooey, delicious mess.
In the morning, we got up and packed everything into the car before bequeathing a few of our treasured items that we couldn't pack into our luggage, but didn't want to throw out either. That included our beloved Settlers of Catan and a few frisbees which *sniff* won't go to waste. Saying goodbye is always hard, but we entered the Slaters' lives as strangers and left as friends. I will always remember our time that ...
... is American and the other Canadian, as in opposite sides. But both the part of the waterfall, the straight and the horseshoe bit are on the same side. The line between America and Canada is the split in the river!!!! But you can see both parts from where we were. The noise, and spray is amazing. And not even gotten close yet. Soooo ocooool. Though it doesn't seem as big as I thought it might. But it's a bit far away. The ...
... the border in to Canada passports shown and we were all OK to go shame though that we didn't get a stamp in our passports.
first impression of the town of Niagara Fall is tacky not sure what they are trying to do but its looks like a big side show alley and we were staying right in the heart of it when we made comment they said it was like Vegas and hey we had just come from there and it was nothing like Vegas at all. Any way a quick nap before we go on ...
... and the pace it moved at was mesmerizing. At one point I thought it was raining, then I remembered I was standing next to a waterfall. Duh Toni. The waterfalls send 110,000-168,000 cubic metres of water over its edge every minute and prior to being damned, it worked it's way back at 10metres a year, it now travels at 30cm every ten years.
After seeing the falls, we head towards 20 Bees Winery to try out some local wines ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed