From the Niagara Falls Review:
Metrolinx is on track to hit around 25,000 passenger trips on this year’s seasonal GO train service between Niagara Falls and Toronto.
Spokesman Scott Money said due to a six-to-eight week delay in ridership reporting, Metrolinx is unable to provide 2017 numbers.
However, he said it’s expected the service will see 25,000 passenger trips when the season wraps up on Thanksgiving weekend, just as there were in 2015 and 2016.
“Our Niagara service continues to be very popular with customers,” said Money.
I’m not sure how long it will go on for, but each Monday I’m going to highlight a post from the past… kind of a “Best Of” series. These posts will be ones that were really popular in the past, had lots of comments, were my favourite places to visit or were otherwise noteworthy.
I’ll be starting this coming Monday…
From the Niagara Falls Review
One of the city’s most popular restaurants is being reborn.
Simon Kelly and Angela Peebles, the people behind the Regal Diner, are back and hope to reopen the eatery at the beginning of next month. Read More…
Earlier this month I received the latest email newsletter from Falls Avenue.
From the Cleveland Travel Examiner:
Niagara Falls is one of the great natural wonders of the world with millions of visitors from all over the globe. While some tourists have to travel thousands of miles to see the wondrous sight, Clevelanders are lucky that it is only approximately a four hour drive for them to witness the glory of Niagara Falls, thus making it a popular vacation destination for Northeast Ohioans. This multi-part series will serve as an ultimate guide to attractions and activities in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. First up — attractions directly related to the Falls.
From the Welland Tribune:
The Maid of the Mist will open on May 4.
Because this year’s winter has been so long, the popular tourist attraction will start running trips to the falls three-and-a-half weeks later than last year’s opening.