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After a busy holiday season and a January spent organizing electronics, telecommunications and finances it is time to start planning our adventure. In the fall the plane tickets were booked, flying into Rome and out of Barcelona. And a rough guide of the Italy ...
... streets between the large underground shopping centres as well as going up the CN tower, once the worlds tallest building. The city looked vast from the top and stepping out onto the outside viewing platform the cold took our breath away! We also had a great meal looking over the frozen harbour. Looking down, through the famous glass floor, people could been seen moving, like a line of ants, from the bottom of the tower ...
... the lock on the Welland Canal which goes between lake Ontario and lake Erie - around the falls. There is a road bridge which opens when the ship is leaving the lock. We were lucky enough to see the action.
Went to a large Metro store in the town for lunch supplies - bread rolls and ham. They had a diagram to allow choice of the thickness of the ham slices. Lots of choices with the bread rolls too.
Had lunch in a park overlooking the lake at St Catharines and we could ...
... of Danforth, Busker Festival
At Greek Town here came the yearly Taste of Danforth. Besides food vendors plus family fun activities, music's a significant element for this festival. It's good to see Luke McMaster on Celebrity stage as one of many performers of Taste of Danforth. He'll have a performance in Regent thearte, Oshawa this September.
Busker Festival is a showcase of world ...
... to the CN Tower and choose not to pay to go up. We take some snaps around the area but its hard to find an interesting angle to shoot the tower especially with all the tourists around.
Stop 2 was the Rogers Stadium aka the Bluejays home. Nothing too exciting so we look up and keep walking. Lonely Planet guides us to the TD building and the Fairmont Hotel before we decide that this is a lame walk. We head to a Starbucks to get some wifi to contact ...