Travelodge At The Falls
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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTravelodge At The Falls Niagara Falls
It was very close to everything great it you had children it was ok for a nite
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... Back up top and Andy suggested we pop into the restaurant over looking the falls for a drink, well ok a beer then! What a magnificent setting, could have stayed there for the rest of the day, unfortunately we may have missed the bus :-). More walking back beside the river to Clifton hill, the Blackpool side of Niagara for a rather yummy panini and soup. Mooched back to the hotel, by now the wind had got up even more and was around -40 chill factor. Collected our sledges ...
What a day! 5:30 pick up in a limo bus, leather seats and tinted Windows no less! then it s off along the Expressway to an executive jet at a private airfield where up to 600 plane flights a day take off in the planes of the local rich and famous. Two VERY handsome pilots invited us up to the cockpit as we were flying to Niagara. They then banked the plane over the falls ...
... why? how long when are you leaving etc etc. In her usual talkative manner Roni was chatting to the woman on the counter and she forgot to scan their passports. We handed ours over, she saw the names and asked Are you with them? Yep. Go right through. (So there is another advantage in tagging after the kids.) The same thing happened with another Border Protection fellow who had another look at passports. Off to the hotel. ...
... Temple of Music. The building is gone but the location is marked with a plaque. On the grassy median of a neighborhood street!
Stopped in at Forest Lawn Cemetery to pay our respects to Millard Fillmore and checked off another one of our presidential grave sites. That makes number 20.
The Falls looked particularly beautiful lit up at night with many different colors. The Niagara River really puts on a show. ...
... out from behind Horseshoe falls. The areas to look out of the portals were about 6 feet wide, so we ended up bottlenecked with all kinds of other tourists in a tunnel, being lightly sprayed with water and trying to elbow our way with the kids up to the handrail. All to look at the back of the waterfall (that I’m almost sure we could have recreated somehow in Atlanta) for about 3 minutes. As not to be completely negative I should say that there was an observation ...