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... no we didn't head back to New York. The Big Apple was an apple shop that did everything Apple: pies, breads and ciders. Some of the boys did an apple pie eating competition, with our tour guide Jimmy getting pipped at the post, coming second by about 1 second. Then we made our way onto Toronto to get into the hotel and then get ready to head onto the Foo Fighters concert at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. The concert was fantastic, with 5 of ...
... day was completely dedicated to visiting Niagara Falls. After dealing with Canada's crazy small token system for using the subway we got off near the CN tower and walked around to have a look. It was too expensive to go up but quite impressive. As were the crazy statues on the corners of the Blue Jays stadium. Dinner was an tasty mix of Poutine and Nachos at a place called the Office Pub. Gotta say I love Poutine! All followed by a late night ...
... we were in out of the dreaded "outside". One thing I have noticed about Toronto, in the city, is that the people seem to rush in the same way of New Yorkers. Walk to the right, don't hesitate and walk fast! If you do need to stop, pull over before consulting your friend or your map. Rush rush rush. Amidst the rush of people I started to notice signs for the P.A.T.H. OHHHHHH!!! This is what the man was talking about. PATH is a 29-kilometre network of pedestrian tunnels beneath ...
... the subway with one change at a certain station we paid about £1.50 each in dollars for the combined ticket and were ready to 'have our nice day'. Stepping out the cold hit us like a bag of frozen peas to the face! The thermometer said it was -3 degrees but it felt colder! Thankfully the bus soon arrived and took us to the silver graffiti covered subway that looked like something out of a New York thriller. Soon we ...
... the zebra they took down earlier. Being so close to a rhino I could hear it chew the grass. Going through the clouds at table mountain like ascending into heaven. The deconstructed rice pudding. The orange juice sphere. The pork belly.
Paris was Paris. Great city full of snooty french people who I am pretty sure tell me the wrong way to go every chance they get. Was really ice to see the kids speaking french so naturally ...
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