Knights Inn - Lundy'S Lane
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Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls
... 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 ...
Violet cooks us an amazing breakfast of bacon omelette, potato and tomato. She has a lovely coffee prepared with hazelnut creamer. They sell this in Aldi so I am going to check it out in Australia. She has also served a home made Plum jam with toast.
First stop is the Welcome Centre to purchase our 2 day Adventure Pass then onto our first adventure - Journey Behind the Falls, where we went through underground tunnels to ...
... challenges ever! Niagara Falls was also the palace where I finally caved and did a tiny bit of shopping as I really wanted to have a Canadian souvenir! Among other little things (and some gift ideas), I got a cute sleep mask with a moose on it - how Canadian! :) One clear reminder/lesson from Niagara/Canada though was to always look left and right and left again before crossing any road! Well actually it should be to look right, then left and then right again but old tricks ...
... the Falls" tour. But the elevator that takes you down was broken so we couldn't go - spewing! Bad luck I guess.
Of course it wasn't too long till Mimi spotted a horse and carriage. Booked ourselves a half hour trip and climbed on in. Our driver had his dog with him - an Australian Border Collie cross! Her name was Stella and she was very charming..until she vomited everywhere :-/ Had a good chat with the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking