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... these distant voices from such exotic places like New York city, Wheeling West Virginia, and Savannah Georgia! To kids, these were windows on a strange and exciting world, that some day we could visit by that revolution in transport, that object of desire of every kid, the great liberator, the car. We both had families that would go on vacations by road, Sunday drives and just 'adventures' as my Mother used to call them. So we were rained from an early age to appreciate ...
... 8217;s the Seagull. We had great balcony seats, and
although the content had the potential to be a tad depressing, with a suicide
on the cards, it was
very well done and we enjoyed it greatly.
On Monday, after going for an obligatory Tim Hortons, we
headed off to the Royal Ontario Museum to tick off another must see tourist site. It
was incredible as always, with various magnificent stuffed animals, an
impressive exhibit ...
at the airport bright and early. actually, it's not that early by airport standards, as it's already bustling and busy by the time we've pulled in. but we've been up since 3am (highlighted by my return from work the previously night only 2 hours before the wake up time). check in was flawless, and got to try out air canada's new zone boarding system, as well as our first trial of air canada ...
... my my Canadian history classes about how Canada was actively recruiting Ukrainians to settle the Canadian west before WWI as they were used to farming in harsh climates.
There was also a display about how they were later interned during WWI and are ...
... later a popular nightspot. In 1933, the city of Toronto took ownership of the property for the $27,303.45 owed in back taxes. Suggestions for possible uses of the building included a high school, museum, art gallery, a war veteran's convalescence home, and a permanent residence for the Dionne quintuplets (!). None of the projects proved feasible, and the City of Toronto considered demolishing Casa Loma.
The Kiwanis Club of ...