Sleep Inn Buffalo Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We arrived at Buffalo airport mid morning and then caught two buses to Niagara. This journey took about 1 1/2 hours. By the time we got to our hotel it was around 2pm. Our hotel, Seneca, was located above a busy casino, just a short walk from Niagara Falls. All exhausted from travelling overnight, we relaxed in the hotel for a few hours. We headed to Niagara Falls National Park at around 4:30pm. We walked to ...
... but I had not idea exactly how wet. There are two huge falls at Niagara lake; one on the U.S. side and the horseshoe falls on the Canadian side. The U.S. falls are pretty straight and visible. The Canadian falls however is so large and intense the splashback from the falls makes it rain in a 500m radius of the falls. As you get close to the falls visibility is reduced to zero and the wind intensifies. It's ...
... watched a ten minute film in the 4d theatre was a bit different, sort of felt like you we're on a roller coaster. They spray water on you and drop snow on you so you feel like you are on a glacier! Had a bit of a drive around, looking at parts of the river and botanic gardens, beautiful tulips everywhere. Went to Tim Nortons for a coffee, haven't had the bagel yet ...
... it was all starting to hang together.
Ash and Jess sang 'Marry Me' while Brendan and Rachel lit the unity candle from the two family candles, and then extinguished the family candles to mark the start of their new life together, and prayed with Eric. Ash and Jess did a great job. Eric was about to draw it all to a close, when I realised that he'd completely overlooked the prayers, so I ended up catching Dan's eye and mimed the problem, and he interrupted Eric to remind him. ...
... of delicacies like pasta, meatballs, sausage, salad, and several other dishes I've forgotten the proper name of. We introduced them to plum pudding and custard - just how do you describe plum pudding ("I can't taste the plums", and custard is an unknown quantity)? They all approached it warily, but we were more reassured by the surprised voices saying that it was ...