Lori Bosworth

Lori Bosworth

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    Casinos near Niagara Falls

    There are two casinos in Niagara Falls, Canada: Casino Niagara and Fallsview Casino. Casino Niagara is on Falls Avenue and is across from the American Falls. It is right beside the Sheraton on the Falls Hotel. Fallsview Casino is closer to the Canadian Horseshoe Falls and has its own hotel. Fallsview Casino is a lot nicer and has more slot machines and gaming tables than Casino Niagara. about 8 years ago

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    It is possible to fly over Niagara Falls in a helicopter?

    I just found this coupon for $10 off towards Niagara Helicopters: http://www.niagarafallslive.com/niagara_helicoptors_coupon.htm about 8 years ago

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    What's on Manitoulin Island?

    There is a fabulous public beach and one or two resorts, but mostly the charm of this island is the fact that it's unspoiled. If you're in Little Current and like seafood, try the whitefish; Manitouliners know how to cook it! about 8 years ago

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    For a cruise that spends a day in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and then a day in Halifax...what recommendations do you have for sightseeing?

    Visit the Hopewell Rocks on the Bay of Fundy. The tide comes in and out every 12 hours, so depending on what time you are there, you can walk along the beach and see these magnificent flower-pot-shaped rocks or if the tide is out, you can canoe along the shore. Drive throuh the Bay of Fundy National Park; it's stunning. St. Andrews-By-The-Sea in New Brunswick near the Maine border is a charming little town to visit and is home to the landmark Fairmont Algonquin Hotel. You can take whale-watching tours (highly recommended) from St. Andrews-By-The-Sea into the Bay of Fundy where you'll see other wildlife such as puffins and American Bald Eagles. about 8 years ago

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    Attending conference end of August What are the best restaurants. I have 2 free days. What are the top attractions to see

    Le Veau d'Or is certainly not the fanciest (I would call it more down-home), but if you want an authentic Quebec restaurant, the food here is tremendous and the prices are very reasonable. The last time I was in Quebec, I visited it twice it was so good and the place is always full. Try their homemade soups...fantastic! about 8 years ago

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    What to do in niagara falls for 2 days ? Worth seeing Niagara on the lake ?

    Niagara-on-the-Lake is a lovely town, great for stopping for lunch or shopping. If you're into theatre, they have the Shaw Festival. You can take a whirlpool jet boat tour of the Niagara River that's pretty exciting. Re Niagara Falls (Canada), the Maid of the Mist Boat Tour travels right under the Horseshoe Falls and is worth taking. You could also try the Spanish Aero Car that travels across the whirlpool rapids. If you're into gambling, there are two casinos, but Fallsview Casino is the nicest. You can park at Fallsview Casino for free if you gamble there. Niagara Falls has a Marineland and a butterfly conservatory within about a mile of the falls. There's a half decent outlet mall on Lundy's Lane (Canada One Factory Outlets). If you're coming to Toronto, you might want to read my website, http://www.torontonicity.com Enjoy your trip! about 8 years ago

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    Where is the best area to rent and apartment in Toronto?

    I agree that it really depends on where you'll be working because you don't want to spend an hour or so commuting, although we do have a good subway system. I also love the King West area because you can walk downtown and it's so close to bars and restaurants. If you want to read more about what's going on in Toronto, check out my website, http://www.torontonicity.com about 8 years ago

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    It's my first time to Toronto this fall. What are the must see, must do, and must eat in Toronto?

    If you're looking for good food, head to Little Italy (College and Bathurst area) and dine on one of their patios. Kensington Market has a wide variety of shops and restaurants and is cheap! If you want to bar hop, head to King Street West (King and Portland) or five minutes west of there to Ossington Avenue. For shopping, visit the Eaton Centre or Queen Street West for more electic finds. As far as sights to see, of course there is the CN Tower, Centre Island (take the ferry at Harbourfront to access it), the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Distillery District (Front and Parliament) and the Beaches neighbourhood. For more ideas, read my website, http://www.torontonicity.com Enjoy your trip! about 8 years ago