Extended Stay Canada - Toronto - Vaughan
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... had no idea what this meant, what I was supposed to do, how I could maximize this opportunity. Thankfully there were people around me who guided me. That year the GG Winners would be announced to the media at the Bluma Appel Theatre. The actual awards are presented by the Governor General of Canada, then Michaëlle Jean, in Ottawa at Rideau Hall. It was at that time that I was advised that ...
... an additional 33 stories higher at 1,465ft.
There is a pendulum suspended in a glass case which shows the movement of the tower in a wind, luckily today was still! From this level the views are stunning, you get a panoramic view over Toronto and you can see almost a 100 miles away to Niagara Falls and New York State!
... But we did see 4 home runs, some amazing catches, slides in to base and the fastest field rakers in the league. We also got extortionately over-priced beer, sang along to 'Take me out to the ball game' and clapped along with the crowd, even if we had to double check after why! After almost three and a half hours we were in the final innings with a possible come back on the cards but a Baltimore catch saw the end of that and the game ...
Friends and family, with limited internet access in some of the places we are going I decided I am going to blog from the Baltic and update as frequently as possible rather than sending individual email updates about the where and what of our travels. For those that are less tech savvy, I suggest ...
A funny thing happened in Toronto. I got fed up of museums. I started to feel it a bit in Ottawa but then the visit to the Canadian War Museum got me all inspired again. Then the realisation hit me all of a sudden, in the Royal Ontario Museum to be precise, that I was not enjoying myself. This museum is the largest in Canada, and it only has something like five percent of its collection on display, so it was quite inappropriate that it should happen here but there ...