The best diners and dairy bars within road-tripping distance of the GTA

From Toronto Life: A trip to Niagara Falls isn’t complete without a little camp, and Clifton Hill isn’t the only option for a divorced-from-reality pit stop. Just a 10-minute drive away, on Lundy’s Lane, is a retro-futuristic fever dream that’ll scratch that kitsch itch. The Flying Saucer Restaurant delivers on its name: the spaceship-shaped diner…

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How to spend 48 hours in Niagara Falls

From Niagara Falls is the most obvious weekend getaway from Toronto, but also the one that’s easiest to get wrong. There are hundreds of tourist traps spread around the Queen of the Cataracts, most of which should be avoided. Taking in a bit of kitsch is almost requisite, but there’s little need to blow…

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Niagara Falls attractions that won’t leave you over a barrel

From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Thomas Barnett opened the first museum in Niagara Falls, a concatenation of “natural and artificial curiosities” that drew in the tourists. It also attracted the envy and competition of Saul Davis, a ne’er-do-well who entered into a competition that ended in gunfire, a death and Davis ultimately buying up the Barnett…

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