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... a cloud in the sky so I decided to go up the CN tower. Being a Sunday it was a bit busy and I had to queue up for about 20 minutes. The glass walled and floored lift whizzes you up to the Lookout level, at a height of 1,122ft and travelling at a speed of 15mph only takes 58 seconds to reach this level. After sampling the sights at this level you then take a second lift that takes you up to ...
... found at a hardware store. Being able to get online relatively easy makes everything easier. I hate to admit how necessary having internet access is for planning and research on a trip like this. I've gotten to used to "just look stuff up" rather than find out info a head of time.
Summerlicious is going on right now. This means prix fixe menus at many independent establishments.
Lunch (a very late lunch) was at the ...
... of course revisiting the old town and port. Four days later it was time to say a goodbye and board another train, this time to Quebec City. The 'Old Town' of QC, located on the tip of Cap Diamant overlooking the Saint Lawrence River, is one of the oldest European settlements in North America and easily one of the most gorgeous. We stayed in an area of QC called Montcalm, 15-20 minutes walk to the Old Town. Most local Québécois live outside the walls of the Old ...
... 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 ...
Toronto was quite an adventure. There had been a huge rain storm flooding basements that were, for the most part finished and used as living areas. I like these sorts of claims as they do not require a ladder to carry around. An adjuster can just walk down to the basement an do the inspection, not burn up on a hot roof.
The people were, for the most part, really nice. Many would insist that I have coffee ...