Red Roof PLUS+ University At Buffalo Amherst
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... Passes" in advance which gave us access to the Trolley, Niagara Adventure IMAX, Maid of the Mist and Cave of the Winds.
The IMAX movie was very well done - a bit scary in parts in fact - but the boys did fine. I had a couple tears in my eyes as they rescued the brother and sister from the falls in the '60s after their boat lost power and went over the falls. Very dramatic ...
... a look at the urban skyline and since the day was clear, I could see the degree of sprawl. The price of admission is a little steep, but I felt this was one attraction I wanted to visit. The other on my list was the Hockey Hall of Fame. I was not disappointed. I managed to spend just about 2 hours in there. One could spend all day. The rest of my time was dedicated to just walking around and getting familiar with Yonge St, Bay St, Union ...
... through. When morning come, I boarded the maid of the mist a boat that takes you right into the falls. It was a less than dry experience but one I won't forget. The pure force of these falls is amazing, they said it erodes up to 2m per year. Mother Nature is such a beautiful thing, if viewed from the right ...
... rollercoasters. We got some great shots of Sandusky and this sleepy stop off point was good for recharging our batteries.
For the whole trip we had been holding a silent protest against Starbucks as we don’t support chain coffee brands, we’re all about the independent coffee owner. Starbucks would ...
... New York City and manager of the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel in Philadelphia. Some food terms I didn't know the history behind came from this connection including Thousand Islands Dressing and Waldorf Salad! In 1900 the Boldts launched an ambitious construction campaign to build a huge masonry structure, one of the largest private homes in America. They engaged the architectural firm G. W. & W. D. Hewitt and hundreds of workers for a six-story "castle", ...