Villager Lodge Niagara Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Falls -- which are really, really, really big and totally amazing.
[Left] From this vantage point, if you look back (downriver), you can see the falls on the American Side and watch the "little" boats go up and down the river. The boats only look little from that vantage point; they actually carry nearly 200 people at a time.
[Right] Then I walked down ...
Planning to spend some time hitting some of the places we have wanted to visit more in the past and just never have, such as Savannah and St. Augustine.
And from there... The bad news is that although our first choice for this trip was Namibia and Botswana, sadly it is just not in the cards for this year. The good news is that we will be travelling to another spot we've always wanted to go ...
... from maze games to wax museums, food vendors and gift shops. We stop and look at some things in the gift shop but don’t buy just now. There will be time later I think because for now we have to get to our next adventure, The Journey Behind the Falls. We make our way down the hill and catch the WeGo bus, the purple line and get deposited at the Table Rock Welcome Centre. We make our way to the building and find the entrance ...
... near the falls. We bought $20 worth of tokens, not realising you could buy less, so we had heaps of tokens! Dad and I had 2 games of mini-bowling each, and a game of air hockey, then heaps of other arcardes like Daytona, Pinball, motorbike ones, an aeroplane arcade and heaps more. It was great fun!!
After we had checked into our room, we went to the outlet ...
... It was no ordinary supermarket . . You buy your lunch by the pound. . There is every type of food imaginable, hot or cold and what you did was fill up your polystyrene container with your food and then take it to the register where they weigh it and you pay $7.99 per pound, amazing place. . We were. A bit boring and just had sushi stuff which was very yummy...I got a photo of all the big orange pumpkins they had on sale for Halloween...ahh god bless ...