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do you think niagra falls was a more popular destination in the 70s?

than it is today?
I think the area was a lot more prosperous in general ... which may have made it more inviting to visitors
Pam and Jim
From a February Article on Cnn.com
quote:
Often considered a cliché -- the region was made so popular by hordes of newlyweds in the 1950s and '60s that it proclaimed itself the "honeymoon capital of the world" -- Niagara Falls is getting a fresh look from modern lovers discovering its beauty and having fun with its retro image.

It continues...

The region also received lots of new attention after "The Office" wedding episode -- set on the American side of Niagara Falls -- aired last October.



So maybe I was wrong on the 'corpse flower' thread... it is so 1950-60's, not 70's.
Seems pretty hoppin every time I go there
We went last year and I've never seen so many rednecks in my life. I thought I was in New Caney/Porter.
I really want to go one day. Maybe not for my honeymoon, but I would like to see it.

I had some friends that went to Niagara for their honeymoon. They couldn't afford an international trip.
Last time I was there was in the 70's.
Went a few years ago, and really liked it (the Canadian side). I would go back and go farther into Canada.
I was there on a family vacation in the late 70s(1979 I believe to be exact) and the place was mostly filled with Japanese tourists.
I can think of a million places I would rather go to than the Buffalo area.
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