Monday, March 12, 2012

Niagara falls Canada

Niagara Falls is said to be the biggest waterfall on the river Niagara. The falls cover the international border between Ontario Province of Canada and the State of New York. The Niagara Falls is 27 km (17 miles) long from the north to the northwest of Buffalo, New York and 120 km (75 miles) long from south to southeast of Ontario. The Niagara is said to be the mightiest falls on the planet earth. It is known both for its beauty and as the source of hydraulic power. Thus balancing out both the commercial and industrial usage of the falls have been seen to be very challenging. Niagara Falls is a major attraction, drawing 16 million visitors each year, the Falls are acknowledged as one of the world's natural wonders and are indeed Canada's most important tourist attraction.

This ramshackle, easy-going town is undergoing something of a transformation, with high-rise, upmarket hotels, a convention centre and the Minolta Tower Casino being welcome additions. Plenty of parkland, botanical centres, vineyards and minor theme parks provide alternative interest for visitors staying for more than a couple of days. This destination is suitable for anyone wishing to experience one of the world's most spectacular natural settings. There is a mixture of unsophisticated hotels to upmarket bracket, plus various motels and cheap B&Bs dotted along the riverfront road and in elevated positions overlooking the Falls.

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