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... armed with a fortune of $17 million, he drew up plans to build his dream castle, Casa Loma. It took three years and $3.5 million to build.
With 98 rooms covering 64,700 sq ft, Casa Loma surpassed any private home in North America at the time. Pellatt filled it with artwork from Canada and around the world. Unfortunately, Sir Henry's fortunes could not sustain either the electric power's shift to public ownership or the effects of ...
... no I meant OK"
"Geez, get it together woman!, where do we go?"
"there is one of those 'louralary' things up ahead"
"@###@$%%^" WHAT DOES THAT MEAN??? Apparently it is CJ speak for a multi level junction of four expressways.. We take the wrong ramp..
Harmony breaks down..... By this time my hands are sliding on the wheel from sweat..
The car tends to straddle the lanes... all manner of profanities persist...
One of the benefits of ...
... falls was very ‘over the top’; however I was not
prepared for how ‘over the top’ it was.
Having yet to visit Las Vegas I can’t help thinking that this is a very
B grade version of a tackiness that even they would not stoop to!
Wading through an endless amount of chain
restaurants and souvenir shops we finally had the chance to get to a point to
where we could view the Falls. I would have to admit at ...
... dancing around like a loon, until the system finally unfrazzled itself.
We had dinner and i made tiramisu for the next day. Us youngsters were having a little dinner party before going out.
New years eve crept up as i went over for our dinner. It was more all kinds of finger foods to munch on, and a dessert or two. My tiramisu turned out okay in the end! We took the bus to the subway (which was free that night) and went a few stops down to a cosy ...
... Tickets to the games were upwards of $70 each. We can't do it all unfortunately. Mum has caught my cold but hers turned into a terrible flu. She came across particularly ill, fainting in a shopping centre so Dad took her back to the hotel and looked after her while Dave and I went to the movies for the afternoon. Temperatures of that ilk are far too chilly for too much outdoor exploring - except for a mammoth snow ball fight of course. Whether it be flurries of snow flakes ...