Greetings from Buffalo, New York! Here you will find a handy guide featuring Buffalo hotels, attractions, current weather conditions and more.
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Buffalo New York is only 25 miles from one of the world's seven natural wonders, Niagara Falls, and is the second largest city in New York State (after New York City). Besides the many fine Buffalo hotels, Niagara Falls hotels and restaurants, it is the commercial hub of the western part of the State and home to the Buffalo Bills (football), Buffalo Sabres (hockey), Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Buffalo Broadway Market(selling ethnic and specialty foods for over 100 years), Buffalo Zoo, University of Buffalo and the Buffalo Museum of Science. All major cities of the eastern part of North America are within 500 miles radius of Buffalo (Chicago, Boston, New York City, Toronto, Montreal, Philadelphia, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Washington DC).

Buffalo History: Buffalo was founded in 1803. In the early 1900s it boasted the world's largest grain and livestock markets, a major rail center and was known as the "Gateway to the Midwest." Theodore
Roosevelt was sworn in as the nation's 26th president here during the 1901 Pan-American Expo and both U.S. Presidents Millard Fillmore and Grover Cleveland are native sons. Buffalo is also home to some famous works by noted architects Frank Lloyd Wright and Frederick Law Olmsted. Buffalo City Hall, built in 1929, is an Art Deco masterwork.

Trivia Fact: Samuel Clemens (better known as Mark Twain) was the editor of the Buffalo Express newspaper in 1870's.


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