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    Pokémon Go in Niagara Falls

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    First off, let me say that I have no desire to get into this game at all… I just installed the app so I could see what creatures were around Niagara Falls. I really don’t understand the interest people have in this, but I guess we’re all different 🙂

    Well, I installed Pokémon Go on my Samsung Galaxy S7 and right away there was a creature nearby. Apparently I found Charmander. This was near the Niagara SkyWheel and Dinosaur Adventure Golf.

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    Buying partially used Clifton Hill Fun Pass

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    If you live close to Clarington, Ontario and you will be making your way to Niagara Falls, it may be worth your while to buy some partially used Clifton Hill Fun Passes. Even though the SkyWheel has been used, the remaining items still make it a great deal.

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    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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    You can subscribe to the Clifton Hill Resort Update newsletter by visiting the Clifton Hill Newsletter page.

    Falls’ winter beauty to be showcased

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    Niagara Falls will be a highlighted location on The Weather Channel’s upcoming It’s Amazing Out There winter tour.

    The two-day tour is all about discovering the “beauty and amazement” winter brings throughout North America.

    Meteorologists and officials from the Atlanta-based channel are scheduled to visit attractions such as Journey Behind the Falls, the Niagara Skywheel and the falls themselves.

    More fun for families promised for Clifton Hill

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    Some big changes are coming to Clifton Hill.

    Demolition has already begun on the Comfort Inn, a long-time fixture on what is billed as Niagara Falls’ “Street of Fun.”

    The site, which was home to a motel for more than 60 years, will be the home of a new Go-Kart Coaster track, according to Joel Noden, director of marketing for HOCO Entertainment & Resorts. HOCO owns several properties on the hill including the Niagara SkyWheel, Dinosaur Adventure Golf and the Great Canadian Midway arcade among other things.

    “It’s the signature piece,” Noden said of the Go-Kart attraction that will have riders will spiral up three or four stories high before they race down to a surface track below.

    “It’s like a roller coaster,” Noden said.

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