Super 8 - Niagara Falls / Buffalo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 - Niagara Falls / Buffalo
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... was fought at Lundy's Lane the street my campground was located on was where some of the greatest battles took place. More on this later.
The gals at the campground were the best source of knowledge for what to see, what to do, what it would cost, as well as the local transportation specialists. I boarded a red line bus to the falls right from the driveway, within 15 minutes I was getting my first view as we came down the hill and my first shower as we disembarked ...
... pointed out we could probably walk to the hotel and back twice whilst we waited, but I like to be sure!! Wandered round the corner n found a Starbucks for our morning pick me up and waited for the bus. Like 2 kids (well me anyway) we got first in line and went straight to the top deck at the front :-) the journey was a little over 2 hrs and the majority of it was skirting around a very frozen Lake Ontario. ...
... what an awesome experience, the falls looked beautiful all lit up in different funky neon colours and the fireworks were incredible. I felt rather emotional it was one of the most amazing experiences of my life. After the fireworks and one last glimpse of the falls it was time to head back to camp for some shut eye. Took me a while to nod off as I was high on adrenaline but I was soon out of it and dreaming about our next day of adventure. Best day of my life so ...
Well one of the things I have wanted to see was Niagara Falls. I love waterfalls and this is the mega of waterfalls. Well I wasn't disappointed, What a fantastic Day!!
We took the Maid of the Mist and got up close to the falls. The power of the falls is really something. 600,000 gallons of water flow over Niagara Falls every second. About 20% of the drinking water in the United States goes over Niagara Falls. Who knows? maybe your next sip of ...
... on State Route 5 coming out of Ohio. The place was called Plummer's, an isolated building that had obviously been around for a long time. Since there was no other place to stop, we pulled in and were the first customers of the day. The two young ladies working there greeted us as if we had been regulars for years (several of the regulars showed up a few minutes later) and we had a great time getting acquainted. As it turned ...