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Cecil County, Maryland
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From journal The Great Falls
July 3, 2002
From journal The Mist of Niagara
by Linda Kaye
San Antonio, Texas
July 18, 2001
On the ground floor of the Skylon Tower are fast food restaurants, an outdoor patio, several specialty shops and boutiques with goods and fashions from around the world. In the lower level is the Amusement area where you’ll find Niagara’s largest indoor arcade.
The Observation Deck is open year around for both indoor and outdoor viewing of the Falls and the surrounding areas. The cost to ride to the Observation Deck is $6.00 US Dollars adults, $3.55 children, and there is also a family rate. However, if you have reservations at either the dinning facilities, there is only a $1.30 charge. On a clear day, it is said one can see the Toronto and Buffalo skylines, 80 miles of visibility.
The Summit Suite Dining Room boasts that it has the ultimate in buffet-style dining. Breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets are a sight to behold- and a taste to be savored. Prices range from $10.35, Adult, $5.20 child for breakfast, Lunch, $16.55 and $7.55 and dinner $27.55 and $11.00. However, be aware this restaurant does not revolve and not everyone will be seated with a view of the Falls.
The height of dining excellence is the Revolving Dining Room with its award-wining cuisine. Lunch or dinner menus are rivaled only by the view. This section of the Tower makes a full rotation every hour. If you dine after dark, you will discover the magical atmosphere created by the illumination of the Falls. The prices are $27.55 for adults and $11.00 for children. The Revolving Dining Room also offers an "Early Bird" dinner with 4:30 and 5:00 seatings, for the reduced price of $22.96 adults and $9.65 for children. The menu includes fresh Salmon filet, U.S. choice NY Sirloin steak, breast of chicken and roast prime rib of beef.
www.skylon.com or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
From journal Niagara Falls-Thundering Waters