Econo Lodge South

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

4344 Milestrip Road, Buffalo, New York, 14219, United States
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From Buffalo Airport to Canada

by stefano.covino

Hello friends.

I getting to the Buffalo Airport in July. Our plan is to visit the Niagara Falls and then Canada for a few days.

In detail, we would like to get to Canada, rent a car to leave in Montreal later, and visit the Niagara falls traveling with our car. We think that getting a car in the Buffalo Airport and leave it in Canada would be rather expensive. So, do you have any suggestion? I do not know which is, for instance, the best way to go to a place where I can rent a car in Canada from the Buffalo airport. Looking at the area map it seems that getting to St. Catherine or Hamilton could be quicker than getting to Toronto. Do you know if it is possible?

Thanks for any suggestion.

Stefano

Re: From Buffalo Airport to Canada

by elifrana

I leived in the area 15 years.
Well, you can just cross the border at Niagara Falls. It is not only the FALLS, it is a big town. You have to get yourselves to from Buffalo airport to Niagarafalls US side first. Then if a little luggage just walk the bridge to the Canadian side. It is right accross the river...both sides are towns . One side is the US Town the other is Canadian. Canadian side is much much bigger and nicer and funner by the way.Must stay 1 night Canada at least. Or you can just take a cab from Niagara Falls US into Niagara Falls Canada. Then in the Niagara Falls Canada rent a car. However, book your car well in advance and make sure you show up on time. It is very very busy that time of the year. And the car companies will say "XXX type of car and or similar" if you are not on time it will go to someone else and you may end up with a car that you don't like. St.Catharines is much closer but no point to go that far. Just look for a car rental location at NIAGARA FALLS CANADA. You DEFINETLY don't need to TORONTO to rent a car! Unless you really want to. If you have time take your car in Niagara Falls. (Pick it up after your stay in Niagara falls, everything is walking distance and very hard to find parking)then drive yourselves to NIAGARA on the LAKE (another town) and make sure you go through the NIAGARA PARKWAY by the river. You can stay in Toronto for a night. It is a big big city.
But unless you have special desire to see a big Canadian city you can skip it and drive to 1000 islands area. Make sure you do stop by the 1000 islands do the boat tour and stay 1 night.Then keep on driving to Montreal.

Have fun!!!
Itir

Re: From Buffalo Airport to Canada

by OiKnow

You will need to return the rental car in the country that you pick it up in. If want to return the car in Canada, rent it in Canada. You can take a shuttle van from the Buffalo Airport to the Falls area, walk accross the boarder and rent a car there. I agree that you want to reserve the car well in advance (and show up on time.)

David

Travel Tips for Buffalo

A Beach in Buffalo...

by sissah

As weird as it may sound, you can catch some rays while visiting Buffalo. On Grand Island, the island in the middle of the Niagara River (the 190 runs right through from Buffalo to Niagara Falls by means of GI) has a small, but decent beach. It’s in Beaver Island State Park on the southern tip of the island, and while I’m not a beach bunny, I am including it in case there is someone who just has to go to the beach or something. I don’t know. Maybe I’m just including it because there’s nothing else of much note on the island I grew up on. There is a cost to get into the park if you’re in a car, but I don’t know how much it is – I always went jogging there, but I don't think it's much. You can get there by taking the I-190 to Grand Island and then take the Beaver Island exit.

Having grown up in Buffalo, I...

by JBER

Having grown up in Buffalo, I would have to say that no trip to Buffalo is complete without a trip to The Anchor Bar and Grill on Main Street. The Anchor Bar invented the 'Buffalo' wing, that spicy delectable treat that goes so well with ranch or bleu cheese dressing. In addition, the city is actually quite beautiful with Niagara Falls situated just 20 minutes outside of downtown. The food and the people. Buffalo clearly has some of the best food on the great lakes or in upstate NY. From Beef on Weck to chicken wings to chicken finger subs, the thought of going home just makes my mouth water. Also, the people are among the friendliest around. Buffalo is a place where people still get to know their neighbors. In fact, Buffalo has been called the 'City of Good Neighbors'.

Pop

by jaybird199

Now most Great Lake states(New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, etc...) have at least one faux paux in common. That's the use of the word "Pop" instead of "Soda". Canadians take credit for being the first to institutionalize the word int eh english vocabulary-but c'mon-we all know they get everything from the states!! But yes, Buffalo residents do refer to soda as pop. I grew up saying it as well. Whose knows what its supposed to be!

Boating and sailing on the waterways

by Herkbert

Though our summers might not extend as long as we would like, they still provide ample opportunity for those who enjoy sailing or boating. Lake Erie and the Niagara River are a boater's paradise. From sailing regattas to weekend outings with friends, you'll find people enjoying the water.

Take a drive to Sturgeon Point...

by nuker

Take a drive to Sturgeon Point Marina in the South Towns. This is a small marina on the on Lake Erie. It is a fantastic place to relax and walk on the rocks that make up a small pier. The sun and the wind off the lake feels great on a hot summer day. The main activity is of course boating and fishing.

Take the drive from route 5 to Old Lakeshore Road. about 5-8 miles down is the marina on your right.

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Address: 4344 Milestrip Road, Buffalo, New York, 14219, United States