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1-Night Stay for Two and an Overnight in Wine Country Tour Package for Two

1-Night Stay for Two and an Overnight in Wine Country Tour Package for Two
Price
$179
Savings
55%
Retail
$398
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Wine Tours Through Heart of Niagara's Wine Region

Row after row of carefully cultivated grapevines stretch toward the horizon, presenting a pastoral view obstructed only occasionally by wineries where vintners transform the fields' harvest into lip-smacking vintages. Crush on Niagara Wine Tours organizes getaways designed to immerse visitors in this grape-lover's paradise located in quiet, rural Ontario.

Both the Overnight in Wine Country and the Baby It's Cold Outside! tours pick up oenophiles from the Harvest Guest Cottage in a luxe passenger van in the early afternoon for leisurely, half-day outings. Tours cruise the Niagara-area countryside, stopping at four well-known wineries for tastings, ice-wine beverages, nibbles of local artisan cheeses, and a production of the musical Stomp performed by barefoot vintners. A $25 CAN dining credit to the award-winning restaurant at Vineland Estates Winery, one of the stops on the tour, contributes to a delicious evening.

After a day spent imbibing reds and whites, guests return to the quaint cottage, adorned with gleaming hardwood floors and cozy décor, and make their way to the Acacia, Twilight, Waterbury, or Woodward room. Each room's comfortable queen- or double-size bed comes dressed in smart, high-thread-count sheets and a fluffy duvet. Understated wooden furniture lends a casually elegant air. Though each room is different, they all come with a bottle of wine, a private bathroom, and cheerful, sunshine-colored walls.

The house's spacious living room features a TV, a selection of movies, and a crackling fireplace. In the morning, a lavish continental breakfast waits in the kitchen, and the patio out back makes an excellent spot for watching the sun rise over a bucolic vineyard.

Beamsville, Ontario: Niagara Vineyards and Stunning Scenery

In addition to winery tours, the Niagara region offers a number of ways to enjoy the fresh air and scenic splendor. Niagara Falls is a short drive away, and guided horseback rides along the Niagara Escarpment provide a look at the area's untouched forests. A nearby working maple-syrup farm offers tours and classes in maple sugaring and houses documents revealing Mrs. Butterworth's maiden name. The closest town, Beamsville, boasts local and sustainable fare in many of its surprisingly chic restaurants.


Nov 29 2011 by Groupon
1-Night Stay for Two and an Overnight in Wine Country Tour Package for Two

2-Night Stay for Two in a Riverview Retreat King Room, Valid Sunday–Thursday

2-Night Stay for Two in a Riverview Retreat King Room, Valid Sunday–Thursday
Price
$169
Savings
52%
Retail
$353
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Old World Charm Meets Contemporary Elegance at Boutique Hotel Facing Niagara River

Jimmy Carter once called Lewiston "the most historic square mile in America,” alluding to the town's critical role in the War of 1812. Nearly 200 years ago, American soldiers used the present-day grounds of the Barton Hill Hotel & Spa as a staging area for the war's first major battle. The newly built, Federal-style hotel pays homage to the past but embraces contemporary comforts.

Beyond the white stone entrance, guests will find themselves in a great room anchored by stately columns and appointed with Greek revival furniture. Riverview Retreat king rooms look out on the Niagara River, about 6 miles upstream from the world-famous Falls. Some accommodations feature spa-style soaking tubs, and each guest room is equipped with a gas fireplace and an iPod docking station from which to play Riverdance show tunes.

The Barton Hill spa's flowing curtains and soothing earth tones usher in tranquility. Spa services range from the classic—Swedish massage ($80 for 50 minutes) and manicure ($25)—to an exotic Black Baltic mud wrap ($90 for 50 minutes). After stress and tension are done away with at the spa, appetites are similarly quashed at the in-house Landing Wine Bar, which serves inventive cocktails alongside gourmet pub fare such as flatbread pizzas and pan-seared scallops.

Lewiston, New York: Historical Town Minutes from Niagara Falls

Lewiston was one of western New York's earliest settlements, dating back to the 1600s. Today, its quaint streets are lined with antique stores and art galleries. Just a 10-minute drive from the hotel, a handful of wineries makes up the Niagara Wine Trail, best known for its ice wine, a sweet dessert varietal made from frozen grapes.

Niagara Falls rages about 10 minutes south of the hotel. Each second, 600,000 gallons of water cascade over the brink, sending a cool mist into the air. Come winter, this mist frosts the evergreen trees in the Niagara Falls State Park, transforming the area into a real-life Fortress of Solitude. Old Fort Niagara stands atop a bluff overlooking Lake Ontario about 6 miles north of the hotel. The famous French and Indian War site is now a state park featuring a museum with engaging exhibits, military artifacts, and reenactments.


Nov 29 2011 by Groupon
2-Night Stay for Two in a Riverview Retreat King Room, Valid Sunday–Thursday

1-Night Stay for Up to Six in a Royal Bear, Majestic Bear Suite and Loft Fireplace Suite, Valid Sunday-Thursday

1-Night Stay for Up to Six in a Royal Bear, Majestic Bear Suite and Loft Fireplace Suite, Valid Sunday-Thursday
Price
$149
Savings
50%
Retail
$298
Sudbury Deals
Cabin-Style Suites Above Massive Indoor Water Park

High above Fort Mackenzie—the four-story waterlogged treehouse that feels like a mixture of Swiss Family Robinson and Pirates of the Caribbean —a 1,000-gallon bucket slowly fills with water. Suddenly, the big bucket topples, drenching those gathered below in a torrent of water. Heated to a balmy 84 degrees, Great Wolf Lodge Wisconsin Dells’ indoor water park sports 17 splash-filled attractions, including a wave pool, a six-story funnel slide, a Crooked Creek lazy river, and two Hot Springs warming pools.

The 80,000-square-foot aquatic arena is merely one of the many activities at the hotel's multi-entertainment campus. At the MagiQuest live-action adventure, kids wield magic wands and journey through a kingdom to meet mythical creatures, including a pixie, a dragon, and a Bob Dylan. Scooops Kid Spa gives manicures and pedicures to pint-size patrons sitting atop ice-cream-cone stools and banana-split thrones—free ice cream predictably and happily completes each visit.

Up to four bear cubs and adults can comfortably slumber in the rustic Royal Bear suite. Daily itineraries can be planned atop tall chairs surrounding a hexagonal breakfast table. Each of Great Wolf Lodge’s spacious premium suites accommodates up to six guests.

Wisconsin Dells: Picturesque Dells Flush with Family Entertainment

Before the Dells became synonymous with water parks and amusement rides, the midwestern destination's claim to fame was its scenery. Visitors in the mid 1940s trickled in to see the craggy rock formations that frame both sides of the Wisconsin River. Today, the bluffs, or dells, are still visible from the downtown area, where souvenir shops and kitschy attractions abound. Mini-golf courses, go-kart tracks, bizarre museums, and other family-friendly attractions dominate the town's center. For a cultural trip, the H.H. Bennett Studio museum recounts the Dells' history through the life of the 19th-century landscape photographer, whose work originally attracted tourists to the area. Less than 20 miles away, 36 skiing and snowboarding trails snake through 160 skiable acres at Cascade Mountain, which rises up to 1,280 feet in elevation.


Nov 22 2011 by Groupon
1-Night Stay for Up to Six in a Royal Bear, Majestic Bear Suite and Loft Fireplace Suite, Valid Sunday-Thursday

1-Night Stay for Six in a Premium Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday

1-Night Stay for Six in a Premium Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday
Price
$219
Savings
49%
Retail
$428
Sudbury Deals
Cabin-Style Suites Above Massive Indoor Water Park

High above Fort Mackenzie—the four-story waterlogged treehouse that feels like a mixture of Swiss Family Robinson and Pirates of the Caribbean —a 1,000-gallon bucket slowly fills with water. Suddenly, the big bucket topples, drenching those gathered below in a torrent of water. Heated to a balmy 84 degrees, Great Wolf Lodge’s indoor water park sports more than 10 splash-filled attractions, including a wave pool, a Crooked Creek lazy river, and two Hot Springs warming pools.

The 79,000-square-foot aquatic arena is merely one of the many activities at the hotel's multi-entertainment campus. At the MagiQuest live-action adventure, kids wield magic wands and journey through a kingdom to meet mythical creatures, including a pixie, a dragon, and a Bob Dylan. More than 100 games such as skee-ball and virtual pinochle flash and whirl in the Northern Lights Arcade, with prizes and games geared toward all ages. Scooops Kid Spa gives manicures and pedicures to pint-size patrons sitting atop ice-cream-cone stools and banana-split thrones—free ice cream predictably and happily completes each visit.

Up to six bear cubs and adults can comfortably slumber in the rustic Majestic Bear suite. Daily itineraries can be planned atop tall chairs surrounding a hexagonal breakfast table. Each of Great Wolf Lodge’s spacious premium suites accommodates up to eight guests.

Cincinnati, Ohio: World-Class Art and History Along the Ohio River

The hilltop views from Cincinnati's art-influenced Mount Adams neighborhood reveals an impressive skyline nestled against the Ohio River, an organic confluence of urban achievement and natural beauty. For a scenic metropolitan experience, the 126-year-old Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden encompasses more than 65 acres with its impressive collection of flora and fauna. Visitors can marvel at the zoo's exotic felines, which includes white tigers and snow leopards. In the multisensory Night Hunters exhibit, one experiences nocturnal predators such as vampire bats, Burmese pythons, and caffeinated teenagers.

A variety of museums plus an Omnimax Theater are housed in an art-deco railroad terminal built in 1933 at the Cincinnati Museum Center. The interactive exhibits at the Duke Energy Children's Museum include a simulated farm and a woodland adventure. The Museum of Natural History & Science looks back 19,000 years to the Ice Age, and the Cincinnati History Museum features a replica of a 94-foot side-wheel steamboat.


Nov 22 2011 by Groupon
1-Night Stay for Six in a Premium Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday

1-Night Stay for Six in a Majestic Bear or Loft Fireplace Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday

1-Night Stay for Six in a Majestic Bear or Loft Fireplace Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday
Price
$169
Savings
45%
Retail
$308
Sudbury Deals
Cabin-Style Suites Above Massive Indoor Water Park

High above Fort Mackenzie—the four-story waterlogged treehouse that feels like a mixture of Swiss Family Robinson and Pirates of the Caribbean —a 1,000-gallon bucket slowly fills with water. Suddenly, the big bucket topples, drenching those gathered below in a torrent of water. Heated to a balmy 84 degrees, Great Wolf Lodge’s indoor water park sports a dozen splash-filled attractions, including two three-story slides, a toboggan-style ride, and a Crooked Creek lazy river.

The 39,000-square-foot aquatic arena is merely one of the many activities at the hotel's multi-entertainment campus. At the MagiQuest live-action adventure, kids wield magic wands and journey through a kingdom to meet mythical creatures, including a pixie, a dragon, and a Bob Dylan. More than 100 games such as skee-ball and virtual pinochle flash and whirl in the Northern Lights Arcade, with prizes and games geared toward all ages. Scooops Kid Spa gives manicures and pedicures to pint-size patrons sitting atop ice-cream-cone stools and banana-split thrones—free ice cream predictably and happily completes each visit.

Up to six bear cubs and adults can comfortably slumber in the rustic Majestic Bear suite. Daily itineraries can be planned atop tall chairs surrounding a hexagonal breakfast table. Each of Great Wolf Lodge’s spacious premium suites accommodates six guests.

Traverse City: The Charming Cherry Capital of the World

One of USA Today ’s 10 Great Places for Local Wines, Traverse City draws visitors year-round with its fine riesling wines siphoned from grape gorges in the fertile Old Mission Peninsula. Tucked between the pinky and index finger on the hand-shaped state of Michigan, the proclaimed "Cherry Capital of the World" is bordered by scenic Grand Traverse Bay to the north and the sprawling Traverse City State Forest Area to the east. The town's downtown and waterfront thrives with gourmet restaurants and local landmarks, such as State Theatre, a recently restored art-house cinema built in 1949—families will want to drop by for the 25-cent Saturday-morning matinee. A drive north up the peninsula eventually ends at the whitewashed Old Mission Point Lighthouse, a local relic originally constructed in 1870.


Nov 22 2011 by Groupon
1-Night Stay for Six in a Majestic Bear or Loft Fireplace Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday

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