You won't see me coming...
Are you kidding me? Is that what all you Americans think that live more than an hour away from the border? It's no wonder why there's not that much steam about the proposal except those that live around the border.
You don't need a passport. You just need your drivers-license, and that's it!!! It is "proposed" to require passports in 2008, but they're pushing for a cheaper alternative at a later date (a $25.00 alternative pass like a drivers license).
When do you plan on going to Marineland?
They've got Dragon Mountain which was recently re-themed...
They've got Sky-Screamer, world's tallest S&S triple tower (on top of a looong 150' hill)
They're opening up a Huss Topple Tower near Dragon Mountain in August
They opened up 3 new family rides, including a Rockin' Tug & some flying bees ride.
All things considered, they're getting more & more rides... but their shows haven't changed much over the years. The orcas don't perform anymore, they're just in the Friendship Cove.
It's a great park for its price, but again... you do NOT need a passport to get into canada.
That's a bad misconception that prevents a lot of people exploring the wonderful world of the Canadian side of Niagara Falls.
If you really want to, you can bring proof of citezenship (which you SHOULD always have when going over the border) -- so bring a birth certificate or something of the like. BUt honestly, going over for the day to visit and amusement park, casino, or whatever, i have never once been asked.
// alan j
Back in pre 9/11, you didn't need a license... just hammered with a few questions... you could lie your way thru... all you gotta remember is tell them what THEY want to hear, not what you actually did. Although not illegal, I was taken in for secondary inspection because I went photographing in Niagara Falls, and they found that "suspicious". So now, all I say is that I'm going gambling, and that works like a charm.
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