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    This Ontario Spot Is The ‘Most-Loved’ Landmark In The World & It Beat The Grand Canyon

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    From NarCity.com:

    It’s time to plan a day trip, because this Ontario landmark was just named the “most-loved” in the world, and it even beat the Grand Canyon. A study from Bounce, a luggage storage network, revealed the top 10 “best-loved” landmarks in the world, and Niagara Falls came in at the top of the list, with a score of 9.22/10. The study looked at a number of factors for popular landmarks across the globe, including annual visitors, admission fees, Tripadvisor ratings, and Instagram posts.

    What Influencers Won’t Tell You About These 8 Popular Getaway Spots In Ontario

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    From Narcity.com:

    Ontario is jam-packed with picturesque views and tourist destinations, many of which are super hyped up online. But there are things you should know before you visit these road trip spots to avoid disappointment.

    We’ve likely all been there; you see a photo on Instagram or a tourism website and plan a visit to a beautiful destination with an expectation in mind. Once you arrive though, you’re stuck in a situation that’s less than ideal.

    To prevent from happening, we’ve rounded up eight popular spots to visit in Ontario to share what social media influencers won’t tell you about them.

    New ‘Instagrammable’ attraction open in Niagara Falls, Ontario

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    From WKBW.com:

    If you’re looking for the perfect photo-op, Niagara Falls is always a great go-to. But if you’ve been there, done that, there are some more creative backdrops now open in Niagara Falls, Ontario.

    Experiencing natural wonder and quintessential kitsch in Niagara Falls

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    From the Toronto Star:

    I tried to do it all — the mazes and minigolf and midway and magic. I rode on a zip line, a ferris wheel, a cable car and a helicopter. I lunched at a rotating restaurant, looking down at tumbling tumultuous water, then out at the distant towers of downtown Toronto. I pet a parrot. I played “Hercules,” the world’s largest pinball machine. I stared into the waxy eyes of Hollywood heroes and my own long face in funhouse mirrors. I lost five dollars to a one-cent slot machine called “Treasure Tempest.” I even ate a beavertail. I saw illuminations and fireworks. I got soaked on the Hornblower, and I soaked in my retro hotel room’s heart-shaped Jacuzzi. For a very fleeting moment, I was actually spooked in a haunted house. Then, on a hike deep in the Niagara Gorge, I felt awe.

    Welcome to Niagara Falls, Ont. — the most Instagrammed place in Canada, home of the most voluminous waterfall in North America and (still unofficially) the Honeymoon Capital of the World.

    STUDY REVEALS THE 15 MOST INSTAGRAMMED DESTINATIONS IN THE WORLD

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    From D’Marge:

    Thousands upon thousands of snap-happy travellers have shared their #beachvibes, #sunsets, and #wanderlust on Instagram. The app is our go-to place for planning holidays and making friends jealous of our jet-setting, and we’re never short of inspiration.

    Sometimes we’re in the mood to get away from it all, but when we’re looking for a quick digital ego boost, capturing a selfie in an Insta-famous location is sure to do the trick. These well-trodden spots are immortalised on countless social media accounts across the globe, yet they haven’t lost their charm (or their ability to pull in likes).

    The online travel specialists at TravelBird studied the hashtags of 470 popular tourist attractions to reveal the most Instagrammed destinations in the world. According to their ranking, the top 15 are:

    Niagara Falls was #11

    Top 10 Canadian places featured on Instagram: From Vancouver International Airport to Niagara Falls

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    From the National Post:

    Instagram recently revealed its list of the top places in Canada featured in Instagram photos this year. Given the size of the population (and some of the events going on this year), it’s not surprising that southern Ontario holds down seven of the top spots. You’ll also find British Columbia and Montreal. Here’s the list.

    1. Niagara Falls. One of the most photographed places in the world, Niagara Falls has been attracting tourists for centuries. You’ll get great shots from the boat rides below the falls with Hornblower Cruises, or you can try something in winter or at night with the floodlights on. Also worth trying is the Journey Behind the Falls, where you can take an elevator deep inside the rock behind the falls and also clamber out onto a platform for nice viewing.

    Top Things To Do In Niagara Falls This Weekend!

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    Last week I received the latest email newsletter from the Clifton Hill Resort.

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