Victoria Motor Inn at the Falls and Casino
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Decent accommodations very close to everything. Clean and safe.
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The day started with our early morning flight from St. Petersburg to Buffalo, NY.
It is no secret that I don't particularly care for the getting there part of the trip. However, sometimes it's the little things in life that make you smile during an anxious time. A lonely grape, seemingly out of nowhere, rolled to a stop next to …
... being throttled by the said attacker, was felled by a blow to the head. It felt like something out of a film or TV programme, except that it became evident that this guy was serious and highly unpredictable. The cafeteria overheard this loud diatribe and then had to watch in amazement as the poor hotel employee was flattened. Now it was head down, get on with your cornflakes time and crossed fingers he didn't pick on you! He was not to be persuaded ...
... from the inner side at the bottom of the falls. And there is also a viewing deck right at the base of the falls. Very NOISY and VERY WET! and very informative.
Then we went on the hornblower boat ride which takes you to the foot of the falls and yes you get wet again - they do give you ponchos to wear.( these keep a few bits ...
... Across the road from the Hornblower ticket office was a pub and restaurant, so I nipped in to check if they'd be showing the game later. They said they were, so we headed off for some lunch with the aim of coming back in time for kick off. We settled on Tim Hortons for lunch (as it was one of the last times we'd get to have it before crossing the border into the States!), and we both had a chicken sandwich. When we'd finished, we walked back to the pub and sat down with a couple ...
... 35 minutes at the falls before venturing back.
We picked up tickets back at the lovely Union Station - taking in more of the beige corridors. We left around midday on a double decker train! Susie was ridiculously excited by the double decker train but restrained herself as we were sat in the quiet zone.
The train took us out to Burlington. We don't know a lot about the town of ...