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... I managed to make the most of the city’s active atmosphere. On the first day, we spent a good five hours walking around the seawall in Stanley Park and on the second we hiked to the top of Quarry Rock and spent the afternoon kayaking. It was one of the best days I had had in a long time and we certainly earned our trip to the gelato shop afterwards!
In Toronto I met up with my mum and brother for a family holiday and I think I speak for us all when ...
... finishing our packing, we ended up at the airport at 4am with our luggage checked and nothing else to do but try unsuccessfully to find a place to nap (why do they keep the TVs at full volume when people are sleepy?!).
We finally boarded the plane and left a few minutes early, and after what seemed like a lifetime, we were on our way...
... the tallest inclined tower in the world, standing 165 meters high at a 45 degree angle. How does this engineering marvel not topple over? Thousands of tons of concrete underground form the base of a giant triangle, we only see the very tip. However, this tip of the triangle dominates the landscape and is quite imposing in person. There is a speedy funicular to ride to the top to see outstanding views of the city, and since it opened in 1987, over six million people have made the ...
... that were also reasonably priced so we ventured off to try and find one of them. After quiet a long walk, especially for Chris who was carrying Zach on his shoulders we sort of stumbled upon one of them called Bottega which was actually the highest rated and most popular of the ones I had researched. We were in luck because they had just built an outside deck next to the road that day and were placing tables on it when we arrived so we were actually the first customers ...
... with penjings, a 30 foot waterfall, and an ornamental pond.
The Japanese Garden has koi ponds, streams, bridges, a stone garden, bonsai courtyard, and tea garden.
We also went into the Insectarium. We saw more insects than we ladies ever wished to see. It is the largest museum in North America devoted entirely to insects. There is a collection of 225,000 live and mounted specimens.
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