Tag: glow-in-the-dark

    Photos from Ghost Blasters (inside the Great Canadian Midway)

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    As I mentioned yesterday, we went to Niagara Falls last week to play. Along with going to Wizards’ Golf, we also went through Ghost Blasters. I tried to take some photos with my phone. But it’s hard as I’m moving and still trying to beat my wife’s score! 🙂

    Anyway, here are some photos (some are blurry) of inside Ghost Blasters. You can certainly get a sense of the colouring and theming.

    Photos from Wizards’ Golf glow-in-the-dark miniature golf on Clifton Hill

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    One of our favourite “little” things to do when we are down in Orlando is to go mini-putting. We had a great time at Hawaiian Rumble Adventure Golf this year. Last Friday, it had been less than a week since we had been home, and we felt like doing something fun, so we headed to Niagara Falls to go mini-putting at Wizards’ Golf. This is the glow-in-the-dark mini-putt on Clifton Hill. I don’t know who did it, but the artwork is truly amazing!

    Sign in Thirftlodge parking lot

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    This isn’t anything terrbily exciting, but I liked it, so I figured I’d share it.

    The other day I was walking through the Thriftlodge at the Falls parking lot (on CLifton Hill) and saw this little green glow-in-the-dark (I assume it is) sign. I guess seeing a little alien would make you slow down 🙂

    Updates at Galaxy Golf on Clifton Hill

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    Galaxy Golf is the large glow-in-the-dark mini-putt on Clifton Hill. It’s been open for a few years now, and during those three years, nothing much new has been done/added. Over the last month or two several small, but nice, changes have been made. The most obvious is the repainting of the 18th hole (what you see in the lobby). The yellow/blue/green seems to pop out a lot more (see the pictures below). There has also been some things repainted on the main part of the course, and some nice light effects put in. There are 4 or 5 new light projectors that provide some water effects as well as general light movement. Again, nothing earth-shattering, but it does make the place feel a little newer/better.

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