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    Step inside for a fairytale dinner

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    Ever wanted to dine inside a life-sized gingerbread house? Now’s your chance.

    Great Wolf Lodge has continued with what has become a popular annual holiday fundraiser at the Niagara Falls resort.

    The walls, doors and features are painstakingly baked, iced, candied and sugared on a grand scale to wow guests as they step inside to have breakfast, lunch or dinner.

    The house opened Nov. 24 and is expected to remain open until early January when the kids return to school.

    New Brewery on Clifton Hill

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    Here is some more in-depth information from the local paper about the new brewery on Clifton Hill.  Sounds like it will be quite large.  Also, it’s nice to see they are finally removing the Pile Driver, which has been sitting idle for too long.

    Niagara Falls Review Article

    Wonder Falls Expected to Boost Tourism and New Development in Niagara Falls

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    From Time Warner Cable News (includes video):

    Officials said Monday that the Wonder Falls project, the planned transformation the former Rainbow Centre Mall in Niagara Falls into a resort and tourist desination, could be the start of a new era for the city.

    Wonder Falls will include a 15-story hotel, an indoor waterpark, retail, restaurants, and a daredevil museum.

    Towering resort planned for Niagara Falls, Ont.

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    From the Buffalo News:

    A resort that would consist of the tallest buildings in Niagara Falls, Ont., is in the works.

    Developers Ralph Terrio and Hunter Milborne are moving forward on plans for two gleaming towers, one with 61 stories, the other with 60 stories, on River Road near the Rainbow Bridge. The project cleared an important hurdle with the City Council in Niagara Falls, Ont., last week.

    The two towers would be joined by a pedestrian bridge over Hiram Street and a tunnel underneath. At 751 feet in height, the taller of the two would soar past Buffalo’s tallest building, One HSBC Center, which is about 528 feet tall, as well as the Skylon Tower, which is about the same height as the HSBC skyscraper.

    The new resort would also rank among the tallest hotels in North America. The second tower in the project would be 732 feet tall.

    Falls Avenue Resort – Make A Splash This Summer at the Fallsview Indoor Waterpark

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    Last Wednesday I received the latest email newsletter from Falls Avenue. The subject up until now always had Falls Avenue Newsletter at the beginning. This time, the word newsletter was replaced with Resort.

    To subscribe, visit the main page and enter your name and email address near the middle of the page.

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