IDEAS FOR A LEISURELY DAY

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Re­lax and savour your time in the re­gion at your own pace. Af­ter all, you’re on va­ca­tion. 1. Ther­a­peu­tic treat­ments such as tea-in­fused fa­cials and vinother­apy ser­vices at 100 Foun­tain Spa (page 30) can help soothe tight mus­cles and have you glow­ing again. Serene O Spa (page 30) pro­vides spe­cial­ized ser­vices for both sexes, such as a hy­drat­ing fa­cial for gents or a detox­i­fy­ing mud wrap for ladies. Get pam­pered in ab­so­lute lux­ury at The Spa at White Oaks (White Oaks Re­sort & Spa, 253 Tay­lor Rd., Ni­a­gara-on-the-Lake, 1-800-2635766), which boasts 17 treat­ment rooms in­clud­ing a cou­ples suite. 2. Noth­ing says in­dul­gence like stop­ping to par­take in the cen­turies-old English tra­di­tion of af­ter­noon tea—nib­bling on dainty, crust-less cu­cum­ber sand­wiches or scones with cream, and sip­ping tea from a cup and saucer. Visit The Draw­ing Room at the Prince of Wales Ho­tel (6 Pic­ton St., 905-468-3246) for one of the best ser­vices in the area. 3. The works of play­wright Ge­orge Bernard Shaw and his con­tem­po­raries are hon­oured each year at the Shaw Fes­ti­val (page 30). Sit back for a mati­nee or evening per­for­mance of the mu­si­cal Cabaret or Shaw’s own Arms and the Man.

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