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Toronto population: 21.6m A luxurious start to the day before our cooked breakfast - a whirlpool (Jacuzzi). The weather's very still today and so the horseshoe falls were pretty much hidden by the spray. Just as well we saw them in all their glory yesterday and last night. On the way into Toronto we called into St Catharine's to buy our snow …
... The following day we visited the picturesque Toronto Islands, or as Abbie called them the "islands from hell." Having neglected to follow the crowd and hire bicycles to tour the islands, we decided to walk around the 570 acres.. Despite the 9/10km walk in 25degree heat, the Islands were stunningly beautiful. There were hidden beaches, public beaches, even a "clothing optional" beach if the mood took you there. For us, it did not. There was a children's farm, ...
... river below. Even after witnessing and experiencing all this power of the falls you still somehow find it all shocking....including the massive wave of water that dumps on your head and travels down the front of your t shirt through the only available hole in your poncho. Well it did take our breath away intially but then we just laughed and lapped it up as it was so hot (especially when wrapped in plastic) and just good fun. The boat bobbed around in the white wash of the falls for ...
... After the boat road I headed yet again on the bus and got off at the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum) where when I arrived I was able to join a free hour walk and see the highlights of the museum. Was a great way to see the museum as to be honest I do get board in museums as there is so much to look at but this was good to see an overview of what is in the museum. Plus the volunteer who took the tour was very friendly and ...
... surrounding Pearson, where I coax Dad into a wheelchair to get us through security quickly. It's not exactly an abuse of the system -- the guy does use a cane and he's almost 87. Put an older person in a wheelchair and the transformation that happens in the way they're treated is...disturbing. Sure, we get hustled along, and the kids and dad even get a lift on an airport cart, yet the staff now assume that his brain is also ...
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