The AC was so very loud when it kicks in. Didn't get to sleep until 3am. Otherwise there is nothing to complain about considering the money I paid. Wireless internet worked, room was nice and clean. Big kitchen with lots of shelves, 2 gas stoves. Enough seats in the lounge area. 3 showers and 3 stalls per gender in total on floor 2 and 3. You get clean bed cover, sheet, towel, pillow cover. I didn't use the blanket since it was pretty hot for me. I was going to go to Niagara fashion outlet, but the bus ride would have been too long (1.75 hours bus ride) So I went to Walden Galleria instead (45 min bus ride) $5 for bus day pass. I didn't do sight seeing so can't say much about it, all I can say is everything seems to close early downtown and you really don't see many people about. I took the Megabus from Toronto to Buffalo. This would be the last time I take Megabus. Takes too long to get through border. When I was going back to Toronto, the Megabus was delayed for 2.5 hours.
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- Host to backpackers, travelers and out-of-towners, domestic and abroad, this independent & non-profit hostel is in the heart of downtown Buffalo's Theater District. We offer a communal homestead with our fully equipped kitchen, spacious lounges, laundry facilities, free wifi, book exchange, free store, complementary bag storage and a movie room with the finest selection of VHS tapes, oh and a ping pong table! Our local Buffalonian staff love this city and will gladly help you get from point A to point B. ... more less
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