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Old 11-17-2008, 12:40 PM
 
Location: Center City Philadelphia
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Thinking about getting a bed and breakfast over New Years in Niagara Falls, ON. What type of stuff is there to do over New Years? Any good B&B's to recommend? Is it gay-friendly? Not saying I want a pride parade, just wondering if its a place other gay couples go. Thanks!
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Old 11-23-2008, 10:16 PM
 
Location: toronto, Canada
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Gay people are welcome here in Tronto and Niagara Falls, we more relaxed up here. Niagara would offer a great party for new years eve, start with the Falls early in the day and surrounding touristy nabe. Later in the afternoon look into the casino and dinner packages to get warmed up. For the actual countdown may I recommend Dragonfly the nightclub by Toronto club owner Charles Khabouth, a great cross between Ibiza and New York style parties such as the limelight or palladium.
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Khabouth extends his reach to Niagara Falls with the 12,000-square-foot Dragonfly Nightclub, also designed by Munge//Leung. Recalling Edward Said's critique on Orientalism, this club at the Fallsview Casino and Resort complex does offer an otherworldly and fantastical experience as befits an entertainment venue, achieved through the use of Asian-inspired artifacts, graphics and a successful well-resolved lighting scheme.
As is the case with Ultra, Dragonfly employs a complex series of track lights throughout the space to meet building code requirements, from the entrance through to the bar and lounges, and in the washrooms. The system is equipped with dimmer switches to permit flexibility in lighting control. Once again, custom-designed light fixtures include Oriental paper lanterns, lending a vaguely romantic and exotic flavour to the space. Additional decorative accent lighting is employed at the main bar, where colourful backlit acrylic boxes reveal the silhouettes of artfully arranged terra cotta statues and liquor bottles. The diffuse glow of backlit acrylic panels is also experienced in the washrooms behind the ornately carved sinks, lending a definite theatric quality to this most mundane of spaces. Spotlights were required for the dance floor, capable of emitting multi-coloured beams of light to incite movement and energy. A feature attraction in the multi-tiered lighting scheme is a 10* 15 LED light panel displaying messages, graphic images and a light show to the captive audience on the dance floor.
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Old 12-18-2008, 04:02 PM
 
Location: Center City Philadelphia
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Gay people are welcome here in Tronto and Niagara Falls, we more relaxed up here. Niagara would offer a great party for new years eve, start with the Falls early in the day and surrounding touristy nabe. Later in the afternoon look into the casino and dinner packages to get warmed up. For the actual countdown may I recommend Dragonfly the nightclub by Toronto club owner Charles Khabouth, a great cross between Ibiza and New York style parties such as the limelight or palladium.
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Khabouth extends his reach to Niagara Falls with the 12,000-square-foot Dragonfly Nightclub, also designed by Munge//Leung. Recalling Edward Said's critique on Orientalism, this club at the Fallsview Casino and Resort complex does offer an otherworldly and fantastical experience as befits an entertainment venue, achieved through the use of Asian-inspired artifacts, graphics and a successful well-resolved lighting scheme.
As is the case with Ultra, Dragonfly employs a complex series of track lights throughout the space to meet building code requirements, from the entrance through to the bar and lounges, and in the washrooms. The system is equipped with dimmer switches to permit flexibility in lighting control. Once again, custom-designed light fixtures include Oriental paper lanterns, lending a vaguely romantic and exotic flavour to the space. Additional decorative accent lighting is employed at the main bar, where colourful backlit acrylic boxes reveal the silhouettes of artfully arranged terra cotta statues and liquor bottles. The diffuse glow of backlit acrylic panels is also experienced in the washrooms behind the ornately carved sinks, lending a definite theatric quality to this most mundane of spaces. Spotlights were required for the dance floor, capable of emitting multi-coloured beams of light to incite movement and energy. A feature attraction in the multi-tiered lighting scheme is a 10* 15 LED light panel displaying messages, graphic images and a light show to the captive audience on the dance floor.
Sounds nice, I like clubs but my partner isn't so much into that. Is it a gay club?
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