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... which I call bizarre because there isn't even a cave, features a walkway that allowed visitors to get up close and personal. We were given a new poncho, and this time interestingly a pair of disposable sandals, and entered the queue. I could not believe that I would need the sandals, but put them on anyway. I simply didn't understand quite how close you could get to the waterfall. At its closest point, the Cave of the Winds allows you to get 5 metres from the bottom of the falls. It ...
... of the richest men in Toronto at the time it was built. Sadly, Casa Loma's owner, Sir Henry Mill Pellatt, lost his fortune, partly due to the expense of building a massive house on a hill, and partly because the government pinched his electricity business when they saw how lucrative it was. The poor man was only able to live in his house for 10 years before he was forced to downsize. Luckily for us, the house on the hill is still standing and open to the public so we ...
... the Drake Hotel (a recommendation from a friend back home) and soon found ourselves back amongst the hipsters having a late brunch.
Now for a little relaxation before dinner, where did I leave the keys to the HEMI……........
*AKA shopping in the hipster zone of Queen Street West to the extent of perhaps having to rethink the budget a little.
**AKA think chapel street for those of you who know ...
... with all respect to their potent attacking style and success in Africa, if they falter again Iran, they will find it tough to regroup. The Bosnians are many experts' favourite to qualify but their inexperience at this stage is going to be monumental in their success and facing Argentina in their World Cup debut does not help.
Group G... Germany, Ghana, Portugal and USA
The German machine is back with a vengeance. USA is determined as ever ...
Well, hello. Smooth sailing from North Bay, large beautiful snowflakes fell and Tony did his last clean up for the season, draining that machine of every last drop of gasoline before our departure. North Bay to Toronto a piece of cake, Toronto another story! Snow is all around us!
We decided we will not eat on the plane (it is just NOT good) so we embraced the new food revolution happening at Pearson. Local chefs taking over, the new wave, having fun....order on an IPad and ...
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