Americas Best Value Inn - Chalet Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
Up early on Saturday morning and off to Union Station to catch the train to Niagara Falls. It takes about and hour and 15 minutes to get to Niagara Falls from Toronto.
We are staying in a hotel/motel one street back from the main strip. Not our best choice but it is clean and in walking distance to everything. We did have two events that …
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We opened the door and the wind and cold hit us like a brick wall, we had never ever experienced anything like this, it was totally foreign but we just started walking towards 1st Avenue, the snow was already about 8 inches deep on the footpaths and on the roads, in fact covering absolutely everything, we could barely walk and I was looking forward to getting into the warmth of the cab. The wind was incredibly fast and fierce and ...
... Sara; Chris's uncle and aunt who we were looking forward to seeing, especially as Chris had not seen them for so long. They had very kindly offered to put us up while we look for work and see what Ontario has to offer.... We have been here a few weeks and we have both found bits and pieces of work through agencies and some temporary jobs which has enabled us to travel down to Niagara Falls during one of our weekends. The weather was pretty ...
... although there were several adventures in the park. We had hiked a while and Cassie was getting tired so we took a break and the kids enjoyed an ice cream cone for a late afternoon snack. We bought our tickets for the Maid of the Mist and fortunately with every 15 minute departures we did not wait long to board. We were able to see the falls again at the lookout tower where you entered the harbor. We donned our blue slickers and headed aboard. ...
... being in a torrential rainstorm and at times it feels as though the force of the current will pull the boat under the water. This was one of the highlights of my trip so far and at only $16 was definitely worth doing. The night views of the falls are also brilliant as they are lit with different coloured lights that change every 30 minutes or so.
Patrick the guy who ran the hostel gave us some tips on other things to see whilst we were in Niagara and it made ...