From the Buffalo News:
The Canadian side of Niagara Falls is famous for its view. And rightly so. The roar, the colored lights, the wide-eyed tourists from all over the world — where do you find words for it?
How do you describe Clifton Hill?
On this famed tourist promenade, people from all over the world gather to goof off. Arcade games abound. Carnival barkers bawl from the funhouses. “There is no turning back! It will make your blood curdle!”
Passing the 70,000-square-foot Dinosaur Adventure Golf, the largest miniature golf course in Canada, you can’t help but be enthralled by the elaborate, lifelike figures — a ferocious T-Rex, a big, dumb brontosaurus.
Over the last week I’ve had a couple of opportunities to be in Niagara Falls later in the evening. The lights on Clifton Hill, and that shine on the Falls are truly awesome. I took a few pictures, and you can see them below. You can see the Niagara SkyWheel, the volcano at Dinosaur Adventure Golf, the Fallsview Casino Resort tower, the lights on the falls, and the new Canada 150 sign at Table Rock Welcome Centre.
The other day when I was walking down the walkway beside Dinosaur Adventure Golf, the sun was shining bright and this shadow was on a kiosk. It looked pretty cool, so I took this picture.
I think in the summer at some point I tweeted a photo or two of a new dinosaur that was being put in at the back of Dinosaur Adventure Golf on Clifton Hill. Here is a gallery showing some pictures of the dinosaur as it was being constructed and lifted into place. They also have some new smaller dinosaurs.
Right now there is a metal fence, but I assume they will put up a nice fence in the spring.
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