Rodeway Inn & Suites
Travel Blogs from Amherst
... face. Once again, I am thankful for a waterproof camera....unfortunately a picture can't capture the sound and feel of the wind blasting you with torrents of water...go if you have the opportunity. Barb and I loved it!
Finishing our tour with wet hair and buoyant spirits, we headed back to Four Mile Creek Campground for the sunset. We decided to pass on the laser light show offered nightly at the Falls, didn't seem attractive to us. ...
... and get an iced coffee and a couple of doughnuts (one jelly with icing sugar, and a chocolate iced one). So good!
Back on the road! Just before the New York state border, we're driving up this hill and there's a mirage ahead. It looks like the road just melds with the sky and disappears. Its vey cool.
Today in search of Lunch we ended up off the beaten track in a called aimed Hammondsport, at a restaurant named Pelican's Net. The host was ...
... padding and talked some locals into setting her off towards the Falls. According to the film she survived, although the cat turned from black to white. We are not sure whether that was a joke to say that the cat was scared or whether it means that the cat died and they just put a different cat in there to make the film a bit more family friendly? Either way if it happened nowadays I imagine that the animal welfare authorities ...
... to the helicopter place it was cheaper than we expected and the price included tax. We were sold instantly and off we went to get in our big yellow chopper. Claire had the pilot nervous as she kept getting her camera strap next to his instruments like normal she was completely oblivious to it. People were trying to talk us out of the helicopter tour but it was completely worth it and I got to go in a helicopter for the first time.
We were advised to get ...
... the waterfall but likewise were more focussed on other distractions, having seen the falls for five minutes they were not too fussed about changing their vantage points. However, the sight of squirrels and racoons certainly got their attention throughout the visit. Suffice to say, two days is certainly enough at this location, unless you want to take the time tramping around the countryside, or cycling around the numerous trails. On the last night we loitered around ‘till ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed