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At the corner of Ellis Ave and The Queensway was the first road closure for the cycling turn. It was about a 10 minute wait ...
... everything we were looking to do. With a taste of many of the European cultures, we fell in love with many and can't wait to be back. While no one place was our favorite, there were definitely ones we would like to return to sooner rather than later. Next time we aim to spend a little longer in fewer locations to really get to see more, rather than skimming over the basic tourist stuff. Throughout this journey we've both grown as people learning to deal with changes ...
... the place for laughing so much I do not know but somehow I have a feeling they may never let a Glasgow gang back in there ever again ;-)
Finally after a big goodbye to Andy & Christina, Ken and I jumped into a taxi which dropped me at my hotel and took Ken on home.
Back up to my luxury room and time to see just what this room had to offer. On trying to shut the curtains I realised they were electrically operated and then into the wonderful drinks cupboard ...
... starts in the spring time when the nights are still cold. Water from the soil is absorbed into the maple tree and during the day the temperature rises and this creates pressure that pushes the water back down to the bottom of the tree making it easier to collect the sap (Phew..that was a science lesson!)
The sap is only gathered over a period of up to 3 weeks usually between early March and April each year. The ...
... are narrow. There were street upgrades going on everywhere and many streets were either blocked or the number of lanes were reduced so there was gridlock everywhere. The indoor parking lots do not have enough clearance for my truck so we drove around for quite a while looking for outdoor lots and there were very few. I guess this makes sense because why would anyone in Toronto own a truck? LOL. On top of it all, the high buildings seemed to either block my GPS reception ...