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... one lookout that put you closer to the falls. I did a little people watching which I think I could have done for quite awhile up there. we also saw a lot of geese in Canada and ducks in New York that I thought should have been flying south. we left the falls and hit the road made it through NY, PA and into OH and stopped for the ...
Very sad to leave Washington DC this morning. We barely scratched the surface. Flew out of Ronald Reagan Airport. Much closer than Dulles Airport in Virginia that we had flown into 4 days ago.
As we flew north, the snow on the ground thickened and we thought it might be a bit chilly, even snowy, at Buffalo, but no, it thinned before we landed and blue skies and sun prevailed.
Peter is like a native when driving, ...
... and headed down to the viewpoints along the main street, taking many a photo, much to the annoyance of the less patient in our group! A few people wanted to do the 'Journey Behind the Falls' - an attraction where you're able to see the falls close up and go behind them at one point. We knew it was going to be an expensive day as is, so a few of us passed on that one. Uncle Ted Hodge (jnr) had told us that the boat ride at the bottom of the falls was better than ...
Today was a travel day, driving from Boston to Niagara Falls. We could only pick the car up from 10am onwards so Steve and I walked to Alamo car hire in the city. We had reserved a medium size SUV but when we got there we were fortunate enough to be upgraded to a full size SUV.
We got a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee! It is a really nice car with every gadget you would want in a car. Lou is obsessed with the seat warmers.
We set off at around ...
... We left after lunch on Wednesday and drove down to DuBois. Having spent 1 1/2 hr on McDonald's free wifi (we did get a coffee each) we managed to find a nice Italian called Luigi's in DuBois which served up enough pizza for 2 days (and that was the 'small'), and the Budget Inn in Clearview which was truly budget and offered chocolate donut balls covered in sprinkles for ...