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Niagara Falls & Toronto

Day One
Welcome to Niagara Falls, Ontario
Upon arrival at our Niagara Falls hotel for the next two evenings, the group is met with a warm welcome by a Tour Trends Tour Director.

Day Two
Niagara Falls touring
Awake to the thunderous roar of Niagara’s Falls! Begin with a venture aboard the Hornblower Cruise for an exciting cruise under the falls! Continue with a visit to the Hydro Floral Clock which is maintained by The School of Horticulture students. The clock face is changed twice a season indicating the changing flora and fauna life throughout the year. Then visit the Niagara Parks Botanical
Garden which is the home to the only school for horticultural training in Canada. Continue to Niagara on the Lake for shopping and wine tasting.

Day Three
Toronto City Tour & Casa Loma
Travel to the vibrant cosmopolitan city of Toronto, aptly named “The Place of Meeting” by the Huron people over 200 years ago. Now, this city is a booming financial, cultural and sports mecca housing the Toronto Stock Exchange, World renowned theaters and professional sports teams. Enjoy a city tour before an afternoon visit to Casa Loma estate. Built by Canadian financier and Military Officer Sir Henry Pellatt, this medieval-style castle stands 300 feet tall with 98 rooms and took three years and 300 men to build. Enjoy a show this evening.

Day Four
Cruise on Lake Ontario & CN Tower
This morning, feel the smooth Lake Ontario breezes while enjoying a scenic narrated cruise in Toronto Harbor. Following the cruise, spend time shopping and eating lunch on own at Queen’s Quay. Journey to the top of Toronto this afternoon with an elevator ride up the CN Tower. Considered to be the tallest building and free standing structure in the world, the observation deck provides panoramic views of Toronto and even Niagara Falls on a clear day! The remainder of the day is free to explore the city at leisure.

Day Five
Depart for Home.
Our final morning we bid adieu taking with us many fond memories of our Eastern Canadian experience.

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