This is the thing. I hate to tell the people of the city, but no one is going to bother much when the falls are the main attraction. I like the city. I do, but I really only remember clearly the parts of the trip that revolved around the falls. Sorry.
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- 1New York State, USA302 reviews
Buffalo, NY; The Niagara Falls, located on the Niagara River draining Lake Erie into Lake Ontario, is the collective name for the Horseshoe Falls and the adjacent American Falls. What is pictured is the American Falls. This is truly nature at its best as the brute force of the tide carves the land and falls 165ft down below. It's a ...
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This is a photogenic old town. Lots of old wooden buildings to photograph. Multitude of curio shops to walk in. A good way to spend an afternoon / evening. Best to leave car a bit outside the city in a parking lot and walk the half a mile to city.
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Johnny B chilling in the basement :)