Swan's End Guest House
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... poncho. If you would like to recreate the experience I suggest you don a plastic poncho from the Dollar shop, get in the shower with the tap on full, try to take a photo with your mobile and tear up a $20 note! Mum and I then walked back to get the car while Dad waited for us and we drove to Niagara on the Lake (where Joe and I had spent Christmas) for lunch. The traffic was quite heavy on our trip back to Toronto.
On Thursday we had a day off from sight seeing. ...
... in Denmark.
Next Holland, and yes, it is possible to have another contender for the neatest country of Europe award.
It does have the edge over Denmark however, in that being subject to possible inundation from a north sea tidal surge it has some interesting flood mitigation infrastructure. This gives the tourist a point of focus other than neat front gardens. And of course it has pushbikes.
It is interesting that THE land of the pushbike, appears ...
... Then when we started the tour we were given the freshest beer ever imaginable. Bottled 8th of May at 11:30am - drank at 11:45am. It doesn't get any fresher than that! One of the girls wasn't a huge fan so I'm the lucky girl who got hers! We also got a free bottle opener souvenir which was great! After that we set off to the famous St Laurence markets. They have quite the variety of food selections. We had some lunch and sobered up a little. We'd all ...
... boats and ships coming and going, it was like the olden days all over again! I checked out what was cheap to visit locally, and after getting lost several times (I’m sure it’s around here somewhere…) and encountering a very creepy mime artist, I finally found the Museum of Inuit
Art. Now I’m the last one to be the fan of art, as I don’t have a clue about it. However, this was great. They had a little quiz at the start, ...
... why there were very few people on the streets, with it being a buzzing hub of activity full of the suited and booted. We've never felt like such tourists!
Our final day in Toronto culminated in a trip up the CN tower, to over 1000feet and our very first (and hopefully not last!) baseball game. Despite choosing the cloudiest day the views were still amazing, with a 360 degree and a glass floor at 1122 feet. Spurred on by our support, the Toronto Blue ...