Red Roof Inn Buffalo Niagara Airport

Address: 146 Maple Drive, Bowmansville, New York, 14026, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 146 Maple Drive, Bowmansville, is near Lancaster Opera House, auto., and Galileo.
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    Travel Blogs from Bowmansville

    Gosh Dang it...Mom was Right Again

    A travel blog entry by meredithlee on Jul 26, 2015


    ... watch hockey? What was wrong with these people. That’s fun? What about going to the theatre? What about going to a professional sports game? A movie? The latest, trendy restaurant? The newest club?

    A cold hockey arena, where you know everyone - yeah, sounds great.

    Stevensville - take one
    Fast forward many years and I fell in love. In a blink of an eye I was living in a town that made Lucknow look like a mega-city. ...

    July 7th - Niagara Falls and Niagara on the Lake

    A travel blog entry by mazk on Jul 07, 2015

    20 photos

    ... the RV and catch a shuttle to the falls. We had
    seen a variety of things to do at the falls but the only thing we
    really wanted was to catch the boat to the falls. Everyone calls it
    the Maid of the Mist. That does operate but from the US side. We
    ended up booking on the Hornblower and after donning bright red
    ponchos in very sticky heat we set out. The falls are tremendous, 6
    million cubic feet of water every minute comes over the falls so ...

    Toronto to Niagara Falls

    A travel blog entry by gmgw2014 on Apr 15, 2015

    11 photos

    ... The houses by the lake were FAB. We crossed the bridge over the Niagara River on the Queens Express Highway and continued on this road for some time. There were fruit farms and Vineyards by the dozen. On Sunday night Richard said we should not miss the town of Niagara on the Lake and it certainly did not disappoint. We headed towards the Heritage Area and found pretty houses dating from the 1800s. Much of the town was destroyed in the war of 1812 fought between the U.S ...


    A travel blog entry by warren5coat on Jul 18, 2014

    ... tractors which will help you attain a variety of really hard assignments towards the farm. Adaptability Tractors are now designed and manufactured turn out to be flexible so one particular tractor can perform many assignments. As an example, a portable tractor can execute plans that vary from horticulture to very easy harvesting projects. In addition you can connect implements onto a sleek and stylish tractor which include entrance loaders or spine hoes to carry out ...

    Niagara Falls

    A travel blog entry by nicoll on Jun 01, 2014

    28 photos

    ... the Horseshoe Falls and the wind created by each of the falls sends the water spray everywhere (thankfully we were wearing stunning beautiful pink garbage bag macs to keep us dry). We had a short while in the old town, and time for lunch near the falls. And despite carrying sunscreen from Australia, I forgot to put it on (!!) and I now have a Rudolf ...