Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Romance in Niagara Falls

Christmas is over, long live Christmas. Now the stores are filling up with red hearts and heart shaped chocolates, which got me thinking - when is Valentines Day? It's always better to know these dates ahead of time so here you go, Valentine's Day is Thursday, February 14, 2013. Time to think about the present you are going to get your loved one, or maybe it is time for a trip, maybe even a second honeymoon.
I actually spent my honeymoon in Niagara Falls and it is a great way to spend some quality time sparking and spooning. Even in winter the area around the falls is full of excitement and things to do. Wine country has the upcoming Niagara Icewine Festival from January 11-27, 2013.
In February you can skate on the TD Rink by the Brink, but please don't slip, enjoy the CAA Winter Festival of Lights and the Falls Illumination, and look giant chunks of ice that form from the mist settling from the mighty Canadian and American Falls. Besides the many attractions you can visit restaurants, do some shopping, gamble at the casino, visit the wineries, even run across the border to check out the discount stores.

In late fall and winter though, Canada has it way over the American side as most of their stuff is closed during the off season. If you plan on staying over make sure you get a hotel that overlooks the majestic falls, view the fireworks and puts you close to all the attractions.
One day is not enough for Valentines Day so the Marriott Fallsview has a special package for the month of February "to help couples enjoy this particularly amorous time of year. The special Valentine’s package includes: luxurious accommodations for two with a spectacular view of the Falls, a special Valentine’s dinner for two at the Terrapin Grille Fallsview Restaurant, including a bottle of Jackson-Triggs Merlot or Chardonnay, and a fallsview buffet breakfast for two. “Valentine’s Day is about passion, and we are passionate about making sure you have a memorable time,” says Anthony Annunziata, Vice-President of Marketing. “Spoil your loved one by adding a visit to the Serenity Spa by the Falls for the ultimate in relaxation and sensuous romance.”

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1 comment:

Adam said...

Nice blog, Niagara Falls is always known as the Honeymoon and romantic destination and this makes the hotels to bring different deals and packages for the couples. The falls looks awesome in the winter season and it gets covered with ice and different sports are organized in winters which are enjoyed by all.

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