Residence & Conference Centre - King City
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July 11th – day 68
After a sleep in, we had another quiet
day. Ben and I walked to do the other half of the mall. The kids
would rather use the Wi-Fi and TV so they stayed behind. It was nice
to wander at an adults pace instead of going into every shoe shop
(Josh) or clothes shop (Hannah) or toy/smellies shop (Kaitlin). We
even treated ourselves to a drink from Tim Horton's. Dare I say it,
... from downtown . Then Sonia, Wendy and I went for a short drive to Almonte a very pretty town on the banks of the Mississippi - No not The Mississippi! Because of the abundance of water this used to be a town of mills- wool grain etc. now the dams are used for Hydro -Electric. It was soon time to return to Sonia's pick up our car and head for the airport via The Keg for a meal. Our flight is almost ready for boarding so further news and photos ...
... Toronto Newcomers Club) has to offer.
The women are from all over the world ( lots of British and American ladies ) and surprisingly at the moment I am the only Aussie. There are a lot of Canadian women who have lived abroad and returned to live in Canada.
Each month they send out a newsletter which is full of activities to do. I nearly need a secretary to help me coordinate fitting in all the activities that I want to do! Lots ...
... that needs to be submitted so students can begin signing up. Bills still have to be paid and regular things need attention even when traveling.
Saturday, September 6
We headed in to Toronto on the scooter again to do some shopping and a few errands. We didn't go all the way in to the center of the city again though since there were miles of shops on the streets out in the suburbs where the campgrounds are located. It was a dry day so no problems with the ...
Like many cities this one has grown in a big way in the last 50 years, sitting in the old St Lawrence Market looking out at the ever increasing skyscrapers shows the huge contrast between old and new, we tried the hop on,off bus, I wouldn't recommend this, it's ...