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July 18, 2010
From journal Niagara Region Summer 2010
Clinton Twp., Michigan
March 19, 2005
For dinner we ordered calamari as our appetizer. It was not terrible but was not nearly as good as it should have been for what it cost, C$20. For my entrée I had a seafood pasta dish (C$42). The shrimp still had the tails on it, so I had to search for them in my pasta and then cut those off. The mussels were still very attached to the shells (which were barely open), so they were almost impossible to get out. My fiancé had a chicken dish that was good, but again, not as good as it should have been for C$45.
Our service started out very nice. The waiter even placed our napkins for us. However, my fiancé and I ordered a glass of wine each and soon noticed that the couples on each side of us (who had ordered bottles) were getting noticeably better service than we were.
If I were to make one recommendation for someone with our package, it would be this: use the breakfast buffet vouchers, but for dinner, go somewhere else first, but then come up to the Watermark and use your $75 voucher on dessert and drinks - you'll be much happier
From journal Two Nights in Niagara
by Linda Kaye
San Antonio, Texas
July 18, 2001
The buffet-style breakfast included three long serving areas. The first was the traditional early-morning fare: sausage, bacon, eggs, fried potatoes, French toast, pastries, bagels and fruit. There was also cereals and yogurt. The second table had traditional Japanese delicacies and several chefs were at the third area preparing omelets, made to order. At our table, we were served coffee, milk and juice.
The last seating opportunity for breakfast is at 10:30, but the buffet remains open until 11:00. We went to breakfast at 10:00 and there was no waiting for a table. The normal cost for this buffet breakfast is $14.60 USD, but with the Bounce-Back Package, it was free.
From journal Niagara Falls-Thundering Waters