A photographer with a Blogger blog posted about a recent trip to Niagara Falls:
After shooting more pictures of both the American Falls and Horseshoes Falls then I would ever need but seemingly unable to stop taking “just one more” shot of the beautifully illuminated falls, I finally convinced myself that enough was enough and pointed my feet in the direction of Clifton Hill for the trek back up to my car which I had parked not too far from the base of Skylon Tower.
He took some fantastic night pictures of Clifton Hill that you should check out.
From a Webwire press release:
Guests of the Comfort Inn Clifton Hill have high expectations of quality, style, service and satisfaction when they stay on Clifton Hill’s World Famous Street of Fun by the Falls. They can apply those same expectations to the hotel’s new website, which has been redesigned from the ground up, and offers a wide range of features and a stylish yet intuitive layout.
“Our goal from day one was to create an online experience built around our guests’ needs,” reflected Nicholas Tritchew, the website’s project manager. “We know that our guests want an ideal blend of simplicity, speed, usability, stylish design and function. After months of hard work and long hours, we’re confident that we’ve done more than meet our guests’ high expectations – we think we’ve exceeded them.”
From a PR Web press release (via Yahoo! News):
CliftonHill.com, the official web portal for the Clifton Hill Tourist Area, in Niagara Falls, Canada, announced the launch of its newly designed website today. The redesigned website, CliftonHill.com, makes it easier than ever to plan a getaway to the Niagara Falls’ premier entertainment and dining district.
“It’s our goal to provide a comprehensive guide of the Clifton Hill area and make it as easy as possible for people to plan their trip and have the most Fun by the Falls,” said Nicholas Tritchew, Project Manager.