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... the war, the economy slumped, tilting Pellatt into bankruptcy. His company owed the Home Bank of Canada $1.7 million -- $20 million in today's dollars, and he had no choice but to auction off his prized possessions for a fraction of their worth and abandon his dream of a noble castle.
In the years after the Pellatts left Casa Loma, it was to become a luxury hotel (though this use never quite materialized thanks to the 1929 ...
... is that other drivers tend to give you loads of space..
After 4 wrong turns and many illegal U turns we get into the mayhem which is Toronto traffic..
Finally arriving at the Holiday Inn hotel and are directed into a dim cavern masquerading as a garage..
At this stage I don't care all I want is away from that infernal car..
Get the lift up to the lobby and check in.."do you have a car"? I consider disowning it..
We can validate your ...
... although amazing,
it was a little disappointing. Now don’t get me wrong, nothing beats a good
waterfall, however the commercialization of the whole area was a bit
overwhelming and very distracting from the show being presented by Nature. Us
humans just don’t get it sometimes do we? Perhaps the fact that it is all too
accessible is why it felt so underwhelming. I mean some smaller waterfalls can
have a more impressive visual because ...
... the Swan. We got there on time to still get a table with chairs. To get the evening started they put on a karaoke and two of the cousins immediately got up there and got the crowd going with Bohemian Rhapsody. Everyone was dressed up beautifully, we laughed, had a few drinks, sang along to the rest of the karaoke and danced. There were enough people in the bar to have a good atmosphere, but not so much that it became annoying. At one point i made the mistake of whispering that ...
... snow balls to the head, neither loses it's appeal. White snow marks everything, except the road, which continues to be ploughed. The footpath with its continuous foot traffic is a different story. Slushy, muddy grey snow makes for yucky walking. Salt is placed on most surface areas to melt and wash away the snow.
This morning we found another hidden treasure. In an unassuming commercial area between Toronto and Niagara Falls hides a restaurant recommended on Trip Advisor ...
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