I traveled to and around Buffalo by bus and subway. For five dollars, you can get a day pass, which is good all day long. I made good use of that bus pass.
|I saw this little cutie on Allen Street,|
after my visit to Hyatt's.
|Window display at Allen Street business.|
|Tree is covered with pink|
blossoms and buds.
|Sculpture on an island in Mirror Lake|
After exploring the gardens, I went inside to explore the Buffalo History Museum, which was founded in 1862 by a group that had compiled a collection of manuscripts, photographs, paintings, and other artifacts. Over time, the collection of artifacts, available to the general public and to researchers, grew, and the museum needed more space. In 1901, Buffalo was the host site of the Pan American Exposition. Most of the buildings
|A group enjoys a boat ride.|
|The trees are covered with lush flowers|
and soft baby leaves.
|This is the Buffalo History Museum.|
Once I arrived at Delaware Avenue, I headed home by a variety of transportation options, including bus, my own feet, and automobile.
And, fortunately, the rain held off.
|Celebrating the cherry blossoms.|
|A mansion and some of its|
doors and windows.