Niagara River Inn

917 N Colony Rd, Grand Island, New York, 14072, United States | Lodge
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Location

This lodge, located on 917 N Colony Rd, Grand Island, is near Elmwood Strip, Riviera Theatre, Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum, and Buffalo State College.
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    Travel Blogs from Grand Island

    Biggest Uh Oh...so far!!

    A travel blog entry by renee.harbig on Sep 18, 2013

    5 comments

    ... yes, its GPS' fault!), all 60' of us is in a traffic nightmare...Good news, GPS is telling us the casino is off the next exit, Honey surveys the area down below while we're at a dead stop on the freeway up above..he says.."that looks like the projects down there", I say well we're not getting anywhere up here, GPS says the casino is down there (and we could actually see it), how bad can it be!! Well, let me tell you how bad, we were not in a good ...

    Wings, Waterfalls, Beef on a Weck and 50 cents

    A travel blog entry by brightfamily on Jun 26, 2013

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... br> We headed back to the campground and the kids played in the pool till dark.

    Next morning we headed to Niagara Falls. We parked and decided to take the advice of some people who said to make sure you check out the falls from the Canadian side. It was quite a novelty for us all (especially Blossom) to walk in to Canada. We actually walked through our border and over the bridge which is built across the Niagara River and walked into the pedestrian part of ...

    Niagara Falls

    A travel blog entry by lblack on Jun 06, 2013

    29 photos

    ... 18th century, tourism became popular, and by mid-century, it was the area's main industry. Napoleon Bonaparte's brother Jérôme visited with his bride in the early 19th century. In 1837 during the Caroline affair a rebel supply ship, the Caroline, was burned and sent over the falls. In March 1848, ice blockage caused the falls to stop; no water (or at best a trickle) fell for as much as 40 hours. Waterwheels stopped, mills and factories simply shut down for having no ...

    Buffalo, Canada, and Some Famous Falls, Eh?

    A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Oct 03, 2012

    37 photos

    ... thousands of stones in their fields (deposited by a glacier long ago and then smoothed by the tides of an ancient Lake Erie). This not only gave them free building material, it got the stones out of their field so they could plant crops.

    The only real city we encountered on this leg of the trip was Buffalo. My image of Buffalo before this trip was formed only by what I'd seen on Monday Night Football telecasts - people using snow-blowers to clear their sidewalks of ...

    Low Bridges and High Waters

    A travel blog entry by dan.donnab on May 13, 2012

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... 3 parties waiting for a table.

    We ordered an assortment of breakfast items, and ate almost all of them. Delicious food! At one point, the waitress knocked Dan's coffee cup on the floor. Almost immediately three staff members were on the spot, wiping up the coffee, mopping the floor, putting up a caution sign and replaced the coffee. We were all impressed. Nice place!

    Next stop was the Erie ...