BEST WESTERN Colonel Butler Inn
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... there next year! Andy's seen the film Total recall n wants to go! Got ready about 7pm n went out to brave the elements again as we had a reservation for dinner at the N'awlins bar, 5 mins away. OMG I thought we were goina freeze to death, the wind chill factor was so bad you couldn't even take a glove off to take a picture of the CN tower lit up for Canadian flag day without fear of frostbite, seriously, we have never ever experienced anything like it, we finally made ...
... plenty of ducks pretending to be beavers!). We pulled in for a well earned break on Wards Island for a little snooze in the sunshine and to watch the perpetration for the festivities of the long weekend (two ladies on stilts and long white dresses with a group of ladies of mixed ages running around them waving flags - it looked as peculiar as it sounds). Then made our way back in. We spent the evening with a group of friends in the park before heading ...
... ended up lazing around and only going out around 12!!! We decided we wanted to go up the CN Tower - at 553m high it is a concrete communication and observatory tower! It also has the second fastest elevator in the world (or so they say). We queued up and found out they did discount with our IYTC card - bonus! We got the full ticket which allowed you further up to the Skypod too for a full 360 view! It was great! The first level was still very high but half of it was ...
... that I came home much earlier than I had planned.
That afternoon, Howard and I picked Jonathan up from his work and went out to his college so that he could pick up his student ID. It was a ways out of town, and we hit the bulk of the evening traffic on the way back. Luckily, Margaret had a wonderful dinner ready for us when we got home.
Praying for cooler weather, I went to bed dreaming of silky dresses and long strings of ...
... enforcement sweep- who knew Romeo and Juliet would take longer to expire than our three hour meter- I would highly recommend a Stratford visit).
A few days in cottage country in the summer is mandatory for all harried Torontonians so we also spent time watching for loons and racoons in both the Muskoka and Kawartha Lakes area. And since watching me struggle with our overdue tax returns, set up ...