Travelodge At The Falls
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It was very close to everything great it you had children it was ok for a nite
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Woke at 5.45am for an early start for our 6 hour drive back to Russ and Amy's home in Red Lion.
We lied in bed and watched the sun rising over the Falls. The water was greatly reduced overnight and running much slower.
Pete and I couldn't get the water in the shower to work, so we both had to have a quick sponge bath. Lucky we'd both had a lovely spa and shower the night before.
We were on the road by 6.35am and left ...
... ear headband.
Gab driving now, still pretty countryside. Now in New York State. They have parking bays on the highway designated as Texting Stops. 3 texting violations and you lose your licence. 2 speeding through roadworks and you lose your licence. Fines doubled in roadwork zones.
Just before the Canadian border the road crosses Grand Island with the Fantasy Island theme park and on the last exit (we were looking ...
... 8212;maybe the next time. By the way, we took on fuel as we were leaving town and paid $3.79/gallon.
As we drove west we once again were seeing those houses that I mentioned a few days ago that are faced with what looked like river rocks. I stopped in front of a couple of them and took pictures of the stone work trying to figure out what we were seeing. We pulled over to look at one and realized we were at the Cobblestone Society Museum in Albion, NY! What ...
... fantastic experience. We then had lunch at the Skylon tower which is a revolving restaurant very high up in the sky. This place gave us the best views of the falls, we were forever stopping eating so we could take more and more photo's ...the Japanese have nothing on me now after today's photo taking effort. Last night we went to a local casino, thought we would put a couple of dollars in to try our luck couldn't understand why the machine kept spitting out our money.....oh ...
... elegance on the shore. Of course. It really is very adorable, all of it. Oh, there’s Toronto on the other side of the lake. Shame we have to go back. We quite like it here, if they’ll have us.
On the return journey we passed a dozen or so properties we could easily have salivated over. And then we stopped at a vineyard, the Dan Akroyd (sp?) place and bought some wine and ice wine, including a rare red ice wine.
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