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Niagara Falls Border Without a Car

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I'm planning a trip to Niagara Falls and will be staying on the Canadian side north of the Falls (near downtown). I'm taking a morning Amtrak out of Niagara Falls, NY though, so need to get myself from the Canadian side to the NY station at around 6 am on a Sunday morning. Due to the distances I'll need to take a taxi anyway (at least on the NY side). It seems like it would be easiest to take a cab from my hotel across the border and to the station vs. walking across. Has anyone ever done that kind of thing? It looks like you can get cabs/limos to/from Buffalo airport so I'm guessing it is also possible to take one locally across the border, but wasn't sure if I could just call for any cab that morning or if this was something that usually needed to be arranged beforehand. Also, any idea whether it's easier/cheaper/possible to get a US vs. Canadian cab?

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