Scottish Inns - Near the Falls & Casino
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... healthy, and potentially gluten free. It was a good option. Ash and Beth went for Pad Thai, and I tried a Cashew Chicken dish. A good choice!
Conversation was greatly lacing at the table as we all stared, slightly dazed into the distance. Definitely nap time! After settling our bill we drove to the Pipe's. The couch was the best option for such tiredness, so we sat there, went through our photos, and chatted until Ash left. Early to bed tonight!
... clear run ways. Our flight was uneventful and we arrived in buffalo, New York. We took a taxi to our hotel that was on the Canadian side and looked over Niagara Falls! They were so beautiful, there was still snow everywhere, parts of the falls and the lake were frozen, big it was such an awesome sight to see. We checked into the hotel and it was -11 degrees, but the bell hop told us we were lucky as it was -18 earlier in the day! So we rugged up as much as we could and ...
... though, just white and a lot of noise. Otherwise there is a viewing platform close to the base of the falls. From here the force and size is most apparent. The water plows over so fast. It reminded me of icing sugar. It barely looked like water! In between these activites and once I was done I spent my time hanging around the paths at the top, checking out the falls from all different angles. I went a bit photo mad, not helped by an intense sun that meant I ...
... br> Left Niagara Falls on Sunday 25th August. Heading back into the USA. Through Buffalo and on to Lake Raquette (New York state) where we caught up with Donald (a family rellie) and his friend Patrick who are on a road trip on their Motorbikes across USA. Clams for dinner were yummy! Had a great night with the boys, lots of chatting and catching up.
Lovely pic on fb today of Grandson Kai in his new motorbike gear for his ...
... us a brief history of how
Buffalo got its name. When the Indians were forced to the west of the
Mississippi , because the Americans settled and wanted the land, one
Indian, called Buffalo, found uninhabited land, and settled there on
his tod. This area from then on was known as Buffalos creek, over the
years the name has just been shortened to Buffalo. So there you have
it, I wont charge you for that little nugget of american history