Villager Lodge Niagara Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Whirlpool bridge, but in the end turned around and headed back.
On the way back, we strolled around the front of the Niagara Falls view Casino where there various vantage points with views of the falls.
We are now at Buffalo airport waiting on our flight to Boston at 6.35pm. We were held up at security for a bit because the officials objected to Joanne having a bottle of maple syrup. She had to go back out, empty the bottle. Highly volatile in flight that Maple ...
... movements, once with quick Battle reload movements. See the photo!
Lots of other stuff, of course, and there weren't that many kids, so some of the re-enactory-y people were able to chat about their particular building, occupation or whatever in between hordes of snotty nosed groups. The usual sorts of things - the Blacksmith, Carpenter/Cooper, Officer's Cook and more.
Lots of stuff on the War of 1812 - which, strangely enough, ...
Friday 3/1/14-well, todays blog will be filled with the good, the bad and the ugly!!
Lets start at the beginning - we had booked a day tour to Niagara Falls flying from Kennedy Airport to Buffalo, then a bus to the falls, then fly back to New York - sounds ok doesn't it - maybe a little like fun but hang onto your hats folks, this ride is going to get a bit bumpy!!!
We knew there was a large storm front heading our way and would hit New ...
... our tummies and we're off again. Warmed up considerable as the sun shone brightly. Stopped again at a rest area about 30 miles SW of Buffalo, NY, and visited the visitor information center there. Ever since Iowa, the rest areas have had visitor centers and it is really nice. Dotty helped us route our way to Niagara Falls, ON, and it was the same thing Marty's friend Dave told us to do. She also told us about this package tour thing that includes all the hot spots of ...
... taken so easily. It’s like Toronto all over again.
Our first adventure is the Maid of the Mist. We go through the gates and begin to decent the ramp. It is a long way down but there are several photo opportunities along the way. When we reach the bottom, we have to pose for a photo and then continue to wait in the line-up. We are given a raincoat and are told that we most certainly will be getting wet. I don’t ...