Howard Johnson Express Niagara Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... but I guess we all knew that would happen. We went out to eat at a pizza restaurant. It was sort of a weird way to get seated. One big long line outside and when you get to the front, they ask how many you have and you just wait. It went really quickly though and we were seated/squeezed at a table for 4. Seated just in the nick of time! It started seriously POURING! I felt badly for all those people standing out ...
... look of the hills and surrounds.
Once again on our trip through the USA I am running low on "Oohs and Aahs". There has been spectacular scenery all through our trip and are amazed of how it continues around each bend.
As with the City of New York, seeing it in movies, on TV or in magazines doesn't prepare you for casting your peepers on it in full blown real life.
It happened to us last time we were here, and the same ...
... eerie lighting in spots. The boat trip was good but this was more unique so I think I liked it best of the three.
We had dinner in the hotel's Italian restaurant. The meal was quite filling and the bread was good. I think that is all I remember of that meal.
I don't think we had the inclination to go out and see the falls illuminated at night again, especially since it was probably still a bit drizzly.
... to take any chances with being as hot today.
We walked over to Applebee's for a quick breakfast. Rich did his trading then we took off shortly after 11 and headed back down to the falls. The walk down has to be about a mile and it is all downhill. The mist was blowing at us and it was cooling us down but it was not appreciated as we were not that hot to begin with. Soon our hair and clothes were becoming quite damp. ...
We arrived at Buffalo Airport at 6.05 pm and greeted by our friendly cabbie who escorted us for the forty minute drive to Ontario, the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. We threw our luggage into our room, a quick bite to eat then off to discover The Falls by night. Nature at its best what a spectacular sight.
The next morning we set off to make the most of our Adventure Pass. Number one stop was the 3D/4D video of a history lesson on how "The Falls" were created ...