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... seat together. Again, we were told to wait until the whole plane has boarded and to ask the passenger next to us to maybe switch. We waited quite a bit for the boarding to finish (which became quite chaotic since they boarded through both the front and back door of the plane, so people were trying to go both ways in the aisles with luggage). Finally, there was a row of three seats in the emergency exit aisle (which means, so much leg room space, you can't touch the seat in front ...
... in a specially designed room (see pictured below). They have also introduced some innovative furniture in the classrooms to help children with school sensory difficulties such as tennis balls on chairs legs to lesson white noise in classrooms and Swiss ball chairs to help children who need the constant stimulation of movement. All very interesting stuff and a great reminder about the importance of trying to cater for all the various needs of learners in our ...
... a lovely long walk down Queens Quay. We had a quick pit stop of Fort York where we saw a gopher! Much bigger than expected, but cute.
Toronto is a one of a kind city in that you don't see so many people walking the streets! This is what brought us to our next adventure. We realised the reason for this was because they are all underground! They use the PATH. The PATH is a fully enclosed underground climate controlled tunnel which takes you from one end of town to ...
... and we checked in and found the hotel to meet the minimum requirements clean, seemingly comfortable bed and a free shuttle to the cruise port. We dropped our bags in the room and walked next door for dinner there is a wide selection of restaurant's in walking distance 1. It used to be a Bran****ns (like a Kelsey's) they closed and a pub opened in its place, the atmosphere was old and warn but the service and food was acceptable. We ate and went back to our hotel had a ...
... cleaned and restored to their former glory. There is an ecclectic and vivicious vibe as you stroll through the alley like streets surrounded by so much innovation and creativity. We stopped at the Mill St Brewery to sample creativity we could understand and critique with confidence. We timed it perfectly too because as we entered the brewpub the skies opened with a vengence, something we would not have been prepared for. We snacked on some BBQ chicken wings and sipped our drinks ...
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