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34 minutes ago, Longjohn said:

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from the revolving dining room in the Skylon. Judie proudly turned 75 today.

I’ve been to the observation deck a number of times, and eaten in the revolving room a couple times.

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Happy Birthday to Judie and hope you're enjoying your celebratory trip!  Wish the weather was sunnier, but it's definitely less crowded than next week!

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HBD, Judie!

Are you and LJ just stickin' to the American side for the whole trip?  Going across Canada to see falls from other side is wonderful. Niagara-on-Lake is pretty and historic town.  You can see it in its housing architecture.

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14 minutes ago, shootingstar said:

HBD, Judie!

Are you and LJ just stickin' to the American side for the whole trip?  Going across Canada to see falls from other side is wonderful. Niagara-on-Lake is pretty and historic town.  You can see it in its housing architecture.

That photo is from the Canadian side. 

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3 minutes ago, shootingstar said:

Oops!  Wonder where they went to have a wonderful meal. Good thing to go just before snow hits..maybe.

Skylon tower, which I have heard mixed reviews on.  Where the reviews are good it is normally for the view rather than the food.  It is a tourist destination after all.  It is nice to LJ found someone to enjoy life with again. 

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35 minutes ago, Wilbur said:

Skylon tower, which I have heard mixed reviews on.  Where the reviews are good it is normally for the view rather than the food.  It is a tourist destination after all.  It is nice to LJ found someone to enjoy life with again. 

I didn't know they were eating there.  I see.  Other wonderful restaurants at ground level in more historic picturesque settings (that's my preference)  and some local wine to buy/sip.

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