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... amazing place. We took a cruise on the lake there up to the 1000 Islands, has to be seen to be believed. We briefly went back into America on the lake. Will attach a picture of the 3 meter border, is hilarious. People build houses on these things, simply amazing. One for Prof Google, Bolt, the man who started the Waldorf Hotel, Waldorf salad, 1000 island dressing, eggs Benedict and room service started to built a castle on a heart shaped island for his wife Louise, is quite ...
We were finally in the terminal at a quarter to twelve, and again a delay getting our luggage. However between us we found the UP express train service without too much trouble and rumbled off at a quarter to one (the conductor told us this is the second last train for the night!)
We caused a stir among the airline stewardesses by asking for a prepaid UP ticket - the fast
train from the airport to Toronto's ...
... from the falls soaks you! While we were in the queue waiting Wills was chatting to our new traveller friend and commenting on the fact that the ponchos on the Canadian side were red and on the American side were blue. There was a small group of people next to the bridal veils falls in green ponchos and Wills asked Vanessa what nationality they were. She said Chinese for a joke and Wills said in that case they would be there till midnight taking photos. I think he must have been ...
... Kadampa Meditation Centre on Crawford St. I visited every kind of Temple in my three years in Asia so this was quite nostalgic.
Last year and this year again was a Tibetan Buddhist Temple near the Dundas/Keele Junction area (see entry http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-en ...
... to take a long walk up to Casa Loma. This gigantic beautiful building was once the home of Canadian financier, Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. Not a bad set up. Situated high up on a hill, the house has fantastic views of Toronto down below (that made up for being unable to go up the CN Tower). The house is also surrounded by beautiful gardens and fountains. It was a really lovely way to wrap up my walking tour of Toronto.