Niagara Lodge & Suites
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Project Life products so I could get started on some quick and easy Scrapbooking when I return to Australia. She then took me to LensCrafters to order my reading glasses. I managed to get the exact same frames that I had selected in Australia, Ralph Lauren 4071, purple tortoise-shell. Ordered them for collection the next day. Frames were USD139 compared to AUD500 at home. Total cost USD265 with single vision lenses.
We had a yummy ...
... ear headband.
Gab driving now, still pretty countryside. Now in New York State. They have parking bays on the highway designated as Texting Stops. 3 texting violations and you lose your licence. 2 speeding through roadworks and you lose your licence. Fines doubled in roadwork zones.
Just before the Canadian border the road crosses Grand Island with the Fantasy Island theme park and on the last exit (we were looking ...
... and we waited.
While waiting in the airport terminal, we were all shocked at the new reports on the TV about the blizzard Hercules and how people had already died and then they declared a state of emergency!!! My god, we really thought what we were experiencing was pretty normal in winter in NYC and that's when I realised what we did earlier trying to get to the pick up point was maybe a bit crazy - but we were ok and everyone waiting for the plane ...
... I stayed / visited' so I won't repeat myself!! On Wednesday morning we walked across Rainbow Bridge to the US side of the falls (Don't forget your passport if you're doing this). 50c to cross the bridge and just $1 to go onto the viewing platform and down the lift to the footpath that goes right next to the waterfall. A cloudless sunny day so another zillion photos - more so as ...
... shuttle bus. We were staying on the Canadian side as that's where the impressive horseshoe falls are located. This meant we had to pass a border station and have our passports checked (and be asked about 20 questions but that's apparently standard). We were just happy to get a Canadian stamp in our passport!! The river is the border between the two countries and there are three bridges that connect the countries (all with border checks on them). The shuttle ...