Packing For Those Cold Winter Nights

Travel Tips — By mgasbarrino on December 13, 2011 at 7:05 pm

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If you’re off to Niagara Falls for the weekend during the winter months, you will certainly have to add some long johns to your luggage. Of course Niagara Falls isn’t as cold as the Great White North, but when you are walking along Niagara Falls it can get a wee bit chilly. And thus, it’s time for you to get out your suitcase and add a few essentials to your bag. First things first you’ll need to pack a nice and toasty hat, scarf and glove set to block you from the mist that rolls off The Falls. Ensure you have an ever so comfy and warm winter coat too. The best thing to do while in Niagara Falls during winter is to get all bundled and layer up. Layering is the easiest way to be certain you’ll stay nice and toasty warm during those long nights watching the fireworks or going on a horse and buggy ride. So pack a few long sleeve shirts, a nice thick sweater and a warm winter jacket. If you have kids that love to roll in the snow, it’s best to pack them snow pants and a couple extra pairs of gloves and hats. By doing so, you’ll be saving a whole lot of money having to spend endless hours buying a whole new winter outfit for your little ones if they get their one and only snowsuit wet from the snow. Winter is a time to take in the beauty of the festive season, but to be sure you have a most memorable vacation during the winter months, be sure to pack a few essentials that will vanish your winter packing worries.

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