Like most (all?) of you, I’m cursed with finding it difficult to leave work behind while on vacation, especially when connected by smartphone or other devices. Sure enough, on a family vacation to Niagara Falls in Canada last month I couldn’t help looking around for the “networking angle” on the sites we saw.
When Falls the Coliseum (“a journal of American culture[or lack thereof]) has some information on planning a trip to Niagara Falls (including the person’s own itinerary):
We recently took a summer family vacation to Canada. Did you know it’s a different country? It is! You even need passports. We had a great time in Toronto and Niagara Falls, so I’m giving our readers the full itinerary with brief comments about each item. That should make planning your next summer vacation easier (unless you don’t want to go to Canada, in which case it might make your planning more difficult).
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