Apple Tree Historic Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... tell Andy the lift up had a glass side n 2 glass panels in the floor, Opps, anyway 1136 ft later we arrived at the top, we were told that the outside observation deck was closed because of the extreme cold, fine by us! The views were amazing, something the photos don't really do justice , popped down 1 level to the glass panel floor, was pretty scary at first but once I realised it would hold 3 orcas I was good to go, Andy not so much but he did manage to crawl a short ...
... sitting in the "Panorama Lounge" at Union Station in Toronto. We were scheduled to board our train at 9:00 p.m. and depart at 10:00 p.m. (now yesterday, Saturday, that is). Needless to say, we've been delayed.. Such is rail travel in Canada! When I asked Mary when the last time was when she was up this late, she replied, "Probably when I was a ...
... game of football then ensued, giving joe lots of opportunity to judge their child care style. We stopped back off in Kensington market to pick up some food and came away with a massive bag of chicken (didn't realise how much you get for 5lbs!) lots of fruit and a few beers. We'd heard about a park on the other side of town, on king and church, showing a screening of the Lego movie - a film we both really wanted to see and had just given to my dad ...
Thursday 10th July
Today we needed to be up earlier than we'd been for a while! Ken had offered to come and pick us up at the house at 8am and take us to the airport. It all went smoothly and we boarded our flight to Toronto at 10.35am. It was fine, seemed a little longer than our last flight to Calgary but still only 3.5hrs. Toronto were 2hrs ahead of Calgary though, so when we arrived at the airport it was around 4pm. We were staying in an apartment and the guy ...
... This is the side of the castle as seen from the city. Pellatt brought in craftmen from Italy, England, and across Canada to create its gorgeous woodwork, ceiling panels, carvings, tilework, stained glass, and gardens.
This is the view of the city from the rear veranda. A large event tent had been set up to the left of this photo, where a small orchestra was rehearsing for a wedding reception to be held later in the day. I ...