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Old Posted May 7, 2018, 10:02 AM
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Buffalo City Looking Truly Amazing. What is the name of this Church?
Which church? Can you repose the picture? I had visited a few in the sets.

For tourists, getting around Buffalo is not too difficult. The downtown is very walkable and even a day trip to Niagara Falls is possible with the bus network. Route 40 leaves from the Greyhound terminus downtown for the 1-hour journey north. Note that there are no transfers available between buses and with trains. If you will ride more than twice a day, just buy a day pass for $5, which works on both buses and trains.



The metro rail system is quite easy to use. The above-ground section downtown is free to use, while you need to buy a $2 ticket to use the underground portion outside downtown (after Fountain Plaza).







Underground stations look just like a subway system, although the vehicles used are light rail cars.











The Erie Canal was built in the early 19th century and it ended in Buffalo. Being a major port between the Great Lakes and the Atlantic, the city boomed around the riverside until the 20th century. The bustling riverside disappeared until 2005, when the government decided this area needed a revival.


















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