Days Hotel and Conference Centre - Toronto Don Valley
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... bags. When Matty walked out of the toilets he suddenly appeared behind Matty and started talking to him. Turns out he had asked Matty if he believed in god and then if Matty could give him some money. This guy had bought food at every stop we'd had, had said he was going to visit family and did not look remotely homeless or struggling. Matty explained we had no money and that we were just surviving off credit cards now. Strange that he'd not made any comments about needing money ...
... we start to rise and watch out the window as the ground gets further and further away. The lift journey to the top takes just over 1 minute and sure is a bit scary to say the least.
Out the lift and almost 500m higher we are taken to our table in the revolving restaurant. The price of food up here of course is very expensive but as its a chance in a lifetime who cares about the coast.
Sitting at the table it was just non stop Scottish banter for ages on ...
... starts in the spring time when the nights are still cold. Water from the soil is absorbed into the maple tree and during the day the temperature rises and this creates pressure that pushes the water back down to the bottom of the tree making it easier to collect the sap (Phew..that was a science lesson!)
The sap is only gathered over a period of up to 3 weeks usually between early March and April each year. The ...
... we found a place to make camp at the Brussels airport. We managed to rouse him for the second flight, (though he slept through that one solid). Garrett too, crashed at the Brussels airport after only a couple hours sleep on the flight from Toronto. The kids were perhaps too engaged with the personalized touch screen attached to the seat in front of them. They each watched a movie or two, watched some tv shows, and played a variety ...
... of hours at Fort George which is a reconstructed British fort from the War of 1812. We wandered around the grounds and buildings and witnessed two volunteers dressed in costume demonstrating how to shoot their weapons. Lots of smoke and noise! All the volunteers at the fort were well informed and passionate about the roles they played and our visit there was a lovely way to end our mini Christmas break.