Super 8 - Niagara Falls / Buffalo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 - Niagara Falls / Buffalo
Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
Niagra. We have finally arrived after some gps intricacies and a few toll roads. The place just doesn't seem that big and monstrous until you get down below on the maid of the mist.
Needless to say we got wet and loved doing it. I'll let the pics speak for themselves on this ...
... let someone else have a go driving. Dad and I went inside, him getting a coffee, me using the restroom after tubing two waters to stay awake!
Back in the truck Brian and I cocooned ourselves in the blankets and pillows of the backseat and fell asleep. Dad stopped around 7:30 for more gas and we debated if we’d still be able to make Niagara Falls by a reasonable hour to avoid a busy holiday weekend. We all went in and the other three ...
... 9pm. Awesome awesome day but we were stuffed and looking forward to bed.
This was our last night in New York City which was a bit sad. Even though we had seen so much we still had so much more to experience, good excuse to come back again another year.
The next part of our adventure is to spend some time with Cathy and her family which we are really looking forward to.
Our bucket list is getting smaller, New York City and Niagara Falls ticked ...
... as had done the better attractions in Canada. After a quick stop at the gift shop, I walked back over the Rainbow bridge and back onto Canadian soil. It was far more pleasant experience to get back into Canada, was asked which Island in New Zealand, told him South and he asked so Auckland or a wellington! I said neither cos they are on the North lol, once I said near Christchurch I found out he had been to NZ in the 80's just a bit rusty on the geography ...
... for her recipe. I wanted to eat lunch at a park, but Google Maps let us down by directing us to a non-existent park, so we parked on a residential street and ate a tailgate lunch. The kids later told us that was a highlight of the trip (I think because it was unusual and felt just a bit naughty). We had a couple of rest stops and one stop at a scenic outlook but by the time we were getting close to Niagara the kids were ...