Niagara's main street is loaded with very strange, pseudoscary places - or maybe it's just me reacting this way? I've never understood that fascination and preoccupation with blood, scream, and murder but hey, whatever makes a tourist happy...
Go lose your shirt at the casino. Watch the canadian mob guidos bet tons of money. And remember the american dollar is stronger than the canadian dollar so americans won't be losing as much money as it seems. Alcohol is not free like at some casinos. How sad.... With a free vodka tonic, I might have lost even more money.
The first time old Cliffie visited Niagara Falls was in early winter, when the spray was already coating the trees and bushes beside the Falls in an eery frozen mantle. It was hard to think then that Canada produces wine. But it does, and its ice wine - produced from grapes picked after the first frost of the autumn - is said to rank with the world's best. It goes down a treat with dinner after a strenuous day's sightseeing.
This is there the locals like to hang out after a hard days/nights work. There is a huge upper outdoor patio, live bands, jukebox, over all good times.
Dress Code: Casual
Don't know what to do at night. Have fun on Clifton Hill: bar, dance club, entertainment, rides, restaurants, pubs and kareoke.
Dress Code: Clean but jean are ok
Oh, yes they had to have a hard rock cafe!!!
Well we went in because it was next to the hotel, it was ok, good food and drinks!
We were standing too far back along the parkway to really get a good view of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. However, at this distance we also stayed dry!
Other two giant money making industries - an absolute must for a beginner in commercialized tourism :)