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Wallenda to Walk Across Niagara as Tightrope Bill Passes New York Assembly

by Andrew Burmon. Posted Jun 22nd 2011 03:00 PM
Wallendra to Walk Across Niagara as Tightrope Bill Passes New York Assembly

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The New York State Assembly voted Wednesday afternoon on an unusual piece of legislation, a bill directing the state's parks office to allow Nik Wallenda, of the "Flying Wallendas," to tightrope walk above Niagara Falls. Death-defying, tourism-friendly acts have long been outlawed at Niagara, but a companion bill had already passed the New York Senate.
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Niagara Falls Casinos

by Meg Massie. Posted Jan 26th 2011 06:05 PM
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When you plan a trip to Niagara Falls, the breathtaking waterfalls will surely be the focus of your trip, but after a ride on the Maid of the Mist and a few dozen photos, what else do you have in mind for your trip? You're not just going to stare at the water for a week, are you? There are plenty other area attractions besides just the famous falls. If you enjoy gambling, you may want to consider an excursion to one of the popular Niagara Falls casinos -- or perhaps even stay there for your visit. Here's an overview of the Niagara Falls casino scene.
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Niagara Falls: Travel beyond the waterfalls

by Catherine Bodry. Posted Dec 13th 2010 10:00 AM
Niagara Falls: Travel beyond the waterfalls

Niagara Falls is a stunning natural attraction: a massive rush of water tumbling over wide cliffs. While the Falls are no doubt a world class attraction, it's difficult to stare at them all day. Luckily, there's plenty to keep you occupied at Niagara Falls. Three separate waterfalls make up the destination: American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and Horsehoe Falls (the most spectacular of them, and entirely on the Canadian side).
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Top 10 Gambling Destinations in the US

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Sep 18th 2009 05:45 PM


Searching for a winning getaway? Why not test your luck at the casino, where you can always bet on a good time even if you don't hit the jackpot?

The Chinese peninsula of Macau may be the top gaming destination in the world these days, but Las Vegas proves that Americans still know how to put the "sin" in Sin City, and so do these other dice-rolling, light-flashing, slot-slinging destinations across the U.S.
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