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    Tours4Fun Announces “Maid of the Mist” Tours in the Boat Ride’s Finale Month – October 2010

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    From a press release seen on BusinessWire:

    Los Angeles based online tour provider – Tours4Fun recently launched their brand-new and cost effective tour packages to Niagara Falls that mainly highlight one of the most popular boat rides and a prominent tourist attraction – ‘Maid of the Mist’. “As October is the finale month of this fabulous boat ride, we wanted to offer one last chance to our travelers to experience the magnificence of Niagara Falls by boarding the famous boat. The last day to enjoy this unique journey to the falls is October 24th, so we have designed exciting tour packages that start just at $74, for all those enthusiasts who can’t wait till April 2011 to get soaked in the beauty of the falls”, according to Jason Hong, Product Development Manager at Tours4Fun.

    Tours4Fun Announces “Best of Summer” Travel Photo Contest

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    From a Marketwire press release:

    Los Angeles-based Tours4Fun announced that beginning today they will be taking entries for their “Best of Summer” travel photo contest. Photos must be originals and of landscapes, not people, and prizes include a shopping tour of Niagara Falls, a Washington, DC tour, or Grand Canyon helicopter or airplane highlights tours. The entry period begins today and voting will start on September 1st. Winners will be announced in October.

    How to Enjoy Your Niagara Falls Vacation for Under $200

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    The Tours4Fun blog has posted about how to visit Niagara Falls for a week and not spend much money:

    Let’s say you’re on your Niagara Falls vacation for a week. The room and transportation to and from are pre-paid because you bought a Niagara Falls tour package. Meals are extra but for this summary we’ll leave those out. This is strictly about entertaining yourself.

    You arrive on a Sunday and you’re scheduled to leave the following Saturday. What’s the first thing you do?

    It doesn’t really account as being under $200 if you aren’t counting room, transportation, and food!

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