Many tourists know Windsor for its casinos. But if you dig a little deeper, you'll get his fascinating story. Windsor, which once was an important point of the underground railroad during the "dry law" became a major center for the production of whiskey and thus a significant port for smugglers. (Obviously, Al Capone liked his Canadian Club.) In the summer you should definitely look at the grand fireworks display in honor of the International Festival of Freedom.
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