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Hiking the Niagara Gorge

by Giverny May - last edited May

Hiking the Niagara Gorge

The Niagara Gorge, carved out by the Niagara River at the base of the famous falls, has beautiful trails to explore, which vary from gentle walks to uphill hikes. No matter how fit you think are (or aren't), there's a hike for you.

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The best New York State B&Bs

by Giverny April - last edited April

The Best New York State B&BsFrom city-centre boutiques to chic rural getaways, our favourite New York State B&Bs are wonderfully varied. Whether you’re flying into Rochester, Buffalo, Syracuse or New York City, a relaxed all-American bolthole is well within reach. Take a look at our top bed and breakfasts in New York State for everything from urban estates to wild Finger Lakes retreats and active trips in the Catskills and Hudson Valley.

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A Neighbourhood Guide to Buffalo's Elmwood VillageMove over Portland, Buffalo just got trendy. Where other cities have been there done that, Buffalo’s on the rise. Coining the term “Buffalove”, the city is bursting at the seams with rich history, architecture, world-class art galleries, and culture – especially in the hipster area of Elmwood Village.

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Visiting Niagara Falls from Buffalo

by Chantelle November - last edited November

Visiting the American side of Niagara Falls

A quick Google image search will confirm why millions flock to the Niagara Falls each year. If you plan on joining them, Buffalo is the perfect place to begin your journey. Explore the American side of Niagara Falls from Buffalo on your next New York State adventure.

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Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo | An Architectural TourA tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s stunning Buffalo buildings does not only exhibit some of the best works of America’s most renowned architect, but also the history of his friendship with Darwin Martin, a self-made millionaire and Larkin Soap Company executive who supported Wright financially and commissioned several of his earliest designs. 

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Summer at the Lake: Things to do on Lake Erie

by ElizabethGourd January 2014 - last edited October

Summer at the Lake | Things to Do on Lake ErieAs the fourth largest of the five Great Lakes in North America, Lake Erie is impressive. Wrapping around from New York to Pennsylvania, Ohio to Michigan, and Southern Ontario, there is no end to the things to do on Lake Erie and see around its limitless shores. From hiking to fishing, camping to kayaking, the question isn’t why should you spend the summer on Lake Erie, but why shouldn’t you

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