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Each Friday night and Sunday night, beginning at 10pm, the parks puts on a fireworks show lasting approximately 15 minutes. Fireworks shows are also displayed on special holidays also. Show runs between May and September.
Dress Code: Dress comfortably! We chose a rainy weekend, so our raincoat and umbrella came in handy.
Written Jun 12, 2006
Address: Riverfront, between the falls
Live music, no cover...laid back and chill..a big mansion, they use the main floor...feels like you might be in an big old hotel but the rooms are gutted and filled with pool tables, a stage (or part of ploor which is one)...quasi/impromptu dance floor, sitting area and bar, and outdoor back patio....heated for the smokers.
Dress Code: Jeans and a tshirt....very laid back place....could be spiffier (if going somewhere else) and still fit in...bar clothes basically.
Written Dec 15, 2005
This is a comfortable place with a propper Pub feel to it.
When we went a live band was playing who I thought were great. The Paul Antonio Band. Very good indeed.
Check out the website with a live webcam.
Dress Code: None I don't think
Written Oct 21, 2005
Address: 5008 Centre Street
This is a shot of the American Falls at night during the light show. There are plenty of places to get a good view of either falls during the light show. It only takes about 15 minuted to walk from Rainbow Bridge to Horseshoe Falls, all along there are lots of places to stop and gaze. The Canadian side is much more crowded than the American side during this time.
Written Jul 14, 2005
Here is another shot of the falls at night and the diferent colors. This is a must see for anyone visiting Niagara Falls on the Canadian or USA sides. Make sure you bring lots of batteries for this night out. There are plenty of areas to get a good view even a few bars to sit at a grab a drink and enjoy the show.
Written Jul 14, 2005
Check out the Falls at night when they put on a light show. This is done almost all year round, usually from around 9:00pm until about 12:00 midnight. The huge lights they use are on the Canadian side and change colors about every 15 minutes, so bring you camera and tripod for some beautiful photos. This is really rather romantic so grab your partner and enjoy the falls light show for some free entertainment. Depending on the wind you may get a little wet from the mist.
Written Jul 14, 2005
remember when you stay in niagara, that the casinos are 24/7 operations, so you wil experience people coming and going all night long. its not a big deal unless the folks in the room next door are doing this. on our last stay in november, our neighbors returned at 3 AM- the door slamming shut woke us- then they decided to use the jacuzzi. iguess its just the luck of the draw(sorry--bad casino pun)as to how your neighbors are. obviously if you're staying very close to the casino the chances of this happening are better, but also hotels have shuttles too. so being away from the casinos is not a guarantee it can be a no-win situation-you go to sleep early your neighbor comes in late--you come in late your neighbor is early.
Written Jan 29, 2005
Be aware the drinking age in Ontario is 19. So the bars and clubs on weekends especially will be full of younger folks than you may be used to. The 19 and 20 year olds from the US side will be partying hard and maybe even at your hotel next door to you. This is common since drinking at the bar is pricey, and its cheaper to buy a case, or bring some in from the US
Updated Jan 8, 2005
This casino resort is new and it is huge. Supposedly the single largest provincial investment ever made in the Niagara Region and the largest commercial development in Canada (2.5 mm sq. ft).
The only thing I was not crazy about this casino other than losing money there is the smoke. They do have smoking & non-smoking areas but the smoke was still overpowering.
Cocktails at the bar cost $5 (Canadian).
Written Dec 30, 2004
Address: 6380 Fallsview Blvd. Niagara Falls, Ontario
“Otto's Barely Legal Night Club” is living proof that there are rednecks – and indeed redneck bars – in Canada. Situated right around the corner from Niagara’s Bus Depot, it is the perfect place to while away an hour or so if you’re waiting for a coach. Draft beer is a mere CA$2.00, so what more do you want?
It may be barely legal, but you can still not smoke in there or bring your drink out to have a smoke. Guess that would push the button more towards “Most Definitely Not Legal”.
Updated Oct 2, 2004
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