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Thursday, we caught a double-decker train into the centre of Toronto, which is being massively renovated! A little off putting! But their tower is magnificent and such a lot of interesting sculptures dotted everywhere. Lovely. Visited the old market and had glorious grilled salmon! Yum! Wandered off to a square in front of a multi story building which turned out to be City Hall and were surprised at the crowds in the ...
... upstate New York area and is in a rural area near Pulaski, NY. We decided to take our time getting there and see an area we hadn’t seen before. We weren’t disappointed.
We crossed the border and then passed over the Thousand Islands bridge that spans the St. Lawrence river. As we were crossing we could see upstream and down and noticed the islands that were scattered everywhere. This place ...
... had agreed that they would sleep in the back-pack from now on. They were not going to risk being left behind again.
The next day was a driving day. After waking and dressing, the Daddy disappeared for awhile, AJ and BJ assumed he was having breakfast. On his return he gathered up all his things and got into the van with the rest of his friends. They visited some farms in the morning. As they drove around the region of Waterloo in Ontario, AJ and BJ noticed that there ...
... goes over to Wolf Island. From there we went to a few shops and found the Sir John Macdonald pub. He was a Scottish lawyer who became Canada's first Prime Minister and liked a good drink. The joke is that less drinking goes on there now than it did when it was his law office. I ordered haggis nachos and was excited to have some for the first time in months but it wasn't haggis at all. After that we went up to Walmart where Joey ...
... be expecting a soft and moist texture of a muffin. But I am sure when she have the first bite, she will be disappointed because reality didn't meet expectations.
So I told her it's a scone. When you are eating a Scone, you'll be expecting a dryer and harder texture. Reality met expectations = satisfaction. And turned out I am right, she finished all 11 scones.
Power of managing expectations.