Tour to USA: Buffalo
Met a kind school teacher who agreed to let me stay at his house for a night. Many thanks :). This is the place that I stay in Buffalo, a small and warm houses in a quiet neighborhood. The room is spacious and comfortable for me to stay alone. The heater could be switch on during winter.
Huge Skippy peanut butter, weight 1.36kg, I am going to buy one of these for my daily breakfast.
This is the home of Robert Franklin, an African American who helped successfully repel a British invasion during the War of 1812 at the First Battle of Black Rock, July 11, 1813. Franklin was killed five months later when Buffalo was burned, December 30, 1813.
Met my secondary school mate, Eric Lee, it was almost 30 years ago, time flies. He used to be one of the best tennis players and now he is actively cycling with his humble way that shocked most of the neighbourhood around the area.
Eating Bagels for my early breakfast, it is a bread product originating in the Jewish communities of Poland, Bagels are now a popular bread product in North America, especially in cities with a large Jewish population, many with alternative ways of making them.
So many paper bag and cups is going to the bin for a simple breakfast at Tim Hortons, Canadian largest fast food restaurant chains that own more than 4000 chains in 14 countries.
One of the famous Opera Theater in Buffalo, but I did not really keen on it, I might have fallen asleep and the ticket would be wasted…=.=
Buffalo is the second largest city in the state of Western New York, it was also a major gateway for commerce and travel across the Canada–United States border. The city was used to involved in railroad commerce, steel manufacture, automobile production, aircraft/aerospace design and production, Great Lakes shipping, and grain storage. However, most of these industries have left the city through the years, the population was hitting more than half a million back to 1950s.
Although many reports stated that Buffalo’s crime rate is higher than the national average, including an FBI report that ranked Buffalo’s violent crime rate as the 15th-worst in the nation, but in my opinion, the place was quiet and comfortable. However, the weather was freezing during winter and most of the activities was forced to stop during winter and most of the people would like to stay at another place.
Having a place of buffalo wings at Anchor Bar with Eric. This bar was famous for being the birthplace of spicy chicken wings. We did pick the hottest Suicidal Sauce and everyone in the bar look at us and some even ask us how was it. It was just like eating “nasi lemak”, the spicy level was ok for me.
As I did not go to the Statue of Liberty in NYC, this is one of the best ways to have a closer look, I can even touch it, haha
Buffalo is full of the old structural building in the city, as you can see the banks and churches were remain in old structural