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Dubbed the “hon­ey­moon cap­i­tal of the world,” Ni­a­gara Falls is a place for sweet­hearts—whether you’re newly in love or rekin­dling a spark. 1. What could be co­zier than you and your spe­cial some­one (and, well, a pi­lot) soar­ing up in the clouds with the falls and vine­yards be­low? Try the sun­set grand tour with Na­tional He­li­copters or even say “I do” with Ni­a­gara He­li­copters (both page 30), which has a heli-wed­ding pack­age. 2. You won’t lack for op­tions if you’re look­ing for a meal with a view. The Re­volv­ing Din­ing Room at the top of Sky­lon Tower (page 29) ro­tates 360 de­grees for a panoramic view of the falls. And though their din­ing rooms re­main sta­tion­ary, Win­dows by Jamie Kennedy (page 30) and Pin­na­cle (The Tower Ho­tel, 6732 Fallsview Blvd., 1-905-356-1501) both dish out spec­tac­u­lar culi­nary scenery; the for­mer fea­tures an ever-chang­ing menu of lo­cally grown in­gre­di­ents while the lat­ter is best known for its surf-and-turf mains. 3. Among other can­dlelit din­ner op­tions, try a som­me­lierled sea­sonal feast in the wine cel­lar at Es­cabèche or savour a Mediter­ranean meal at the Lake House (both page 29). Or go for a ro­man­tic walk through a his­toric town af­ter din­ing at Tiara (page 29), which is lo­cated in the heart of charm­ing Ni­a­gara-on-the-Lake.

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