Wyndham Garden Fallsview Niagara Falls
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... to believe that just the other side of the river it was the USA!! I watched the Maid-of-the-Mist boats take hoardes of toursits out to get a good soaking, something that I was definately going to do in my time visiting. I headed back to the hostel and met the owner who was super enthusiastic about the region and keen to share it with everyone who stayed. He referred to the tourist area as 'disneyand' for american tourists and told me that there was way more to see here than ...
... cycle maps would first get to the Atlantic. I wanted to cycle the shortest but best possible & safest route. This meant staring for ages at maps and trying to work out what roads were major arteries and which were not. Though I sat for hours in a constant flux of indetermination there was clearly a higher purpose for all this pontification, because much later that day I would discover that there was a canal trail that ran from Niagara all the way to Albany ...
... had some coffee (Starbucks of course) and headed back to the USA again. Neil was the most questioned by US officials but we made it back in without too much drama.
We headed for home (Phelps) and Leanne and Shelley went to the shops to get some supplies for New Year's while Neil and I had to have a lie down. That night we all went to one of Shelley's old hang-outs, the Yankee Clipper Bar. This was a typical American side of the ...
I must admit I didn't spend much time in Buffalo, as it was just a place where we spent the night during our weekend at the Niagara Falls. The Hotel was great anyway: probably one of the best beds I've ever slept in! It's not in the town centre (closer to Lake Erie) but from the windows, I got a great view of the town. Great value for your money!
... with shutters, no fencing separating properties, beautifully mowed lawns and very neat and tidy. It looked so weird with no fencing. Farming obviously the main industry in this area with lots of corn crops in very neat corn rows, just like the hair! All very pretty.
First stop was the corning glass museum, well we were herded off into a theatre to learn all about the art of glass blowing, then subjected to a live demonstration then ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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