Niagara Lodge & Suites
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Niagara Lodge & Suites
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Niagara Lodge & Suites Niagara Falls
Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
... and his guitar. No band, no backing singers, nothing. He looked tiny on the stage compared to Rudimental who seemed to fill all the space. He was brilliant. Totally original and simple but the way he involves the audience and gets everyone involved is great to see live. He got everyone to light their phones up when he sang A-Team near the end and it was a stunning sight. Auntie Jill's going to see him in Newcastle in October. She'll love it. Unfortunately the photos I ...
... in each other again but not without wasting some time in the process!
To the best part of the day: the falls. Our first view was driving down the road looking for a place to park. We saw the spray first, rising above the trees and buildings around the river, then the huge white sheet of water that was the American side of the falls. We wandered down and and along the path at the top of the cliff, marvelling at the immense volumes of water cascading 51 metres into ...
... his mother and the other woman was his wife; or
b) he was married to the disabled woman ( she has a big wedding band on) and the other woman was a mutual friend.
So I ask him his name - his voice is so weird, I just couldn't get it (for convenience I will call him Belvedere, the "older" lady said say it just like a butler). Ngaire being the furthest away asked what was HER name as she didn't hear. I interjected ...
... t raining Orlando said it was going to be a lovely warm sunny day look for sightseeing. The area where their property is, is rural and the water is carted there they are not connected to the water supply plus on deep sewerage. Have to be careful with what we do. After chatting with Pat and Orlando (they wanted to know if everything was okay and we told them we loved their little piece of country life.
It is ...
... out for a while and went a decent (but by no means fast) speed, but eventually wind was no longer cooperating and we motored the rest of the way to Buffalo. Considering how slowly the rest of this trip has gone so far, I was pleasantly surprised with how soon we got to Buffalo Tuesday evening. About time though—our 3 day plan turned into a week!
Dad let Jameson drop the anchor, and J-man spent a lot of time again untangling ropes. (He also spent time muttering under ...