Visiting the city of Buffalo

It was snowing & the window was blowing

The Buffalo zoo is the sixth oldest zoo in the country, it was originally constructed in 1869 & is located on Parkside Aplace. It is second only to Niagara Falls as a tourist attraction in Western New York… Around 400,000 people visit the Buffalo zoo every year; Despite the weather extremes, the zoo remains open all year round! From the end of November to early January they hold an annual event called Zoo Lights. The zoo stays open after seconds & is illuminated with a wide variety of light displays. If there is snow on the ground, it looks love a Winter wonderland. There’s also a Happy Holidays Express train that is a fun way to travel around the grounds. They also play holiday songs & offer moderate treats such as hot chocolate & s’mores. The teenagers can visit with Santa or have their picture taken with the Ice Princesses… My spouse & I were entirely happy to take the teenagers. Every one of us had visited the zoo while in the summer time & it was a great experience. My child just appreciated the monkey & my child was happy with the aquarium… Our greatest complaint was the heat & humidity. It was a relief to check out the reptile loft because it was nice & cool. Every one of us planned our Zoo Lights excursion for the Last weekin November. Every one of us assumed the weather wouldn’t be too freezing that early in the season. Every one of us had to buy the tickets ahead, so there was no decreasing our plans. The day of our trip to the zoo, a freezing front hit the Buffalo area & the temperature dropped down to 12 degrees. It was snowing & the window was blowing. Every one of us couldn’t keep warm. It was horrible.

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