Monte Carlo Inn Mississauga / Toronto West
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... Nhi's extended family there was quite a house full. I was fortunate enough to get some family photos with all of the Cummings Brothers together...a rarity these days. Of course there is always a goofball in the bunch..you know who you are......
Tomorrow promises to be a long busy and fun day. I'm quite certain there will be no blog posted. But I will share as soon as I can.
... make the trek again tomorrow! Having failed our first mission we decided to find our way down to the lakeside and make our way back to Toronto centre via the lake. What a beautiful walk it was, thick snow and very few people around, the lake was frozen over and you could hear the ice cracking and creaking. As it was family day there were lots of different activities along the water front, I had a go at hoopla the ice sculpture outside the pawsway discovery centre, and won ...
Today I was back in Toronto and I decided to spend the last full day here doing what Torontonians evidently do a lot of ... head out to the Toronto Islands.
They're partly man-made (from dredging) and partly natural, partly parkland (including an amusement park), with a commuter airport at the west end and a small hamlet of private dwellings at the east.
Inland on one is an ...
... makes it reality. Fortunately, Donnie leapt on the idea wholeheartedly and our hiking trip on the Gower Coast path in Wales has been booked for months.
That meant, of course, training. So we purchased raingear (which has not yet been tested -- I really hope it works) and good hiking boots. Donnie downloaded maps of the Bruce Trail (he LOVES maps) and we set off a number of times. So far, no map ...
... an absolutely gorgeous day - the sun was shinning - just beautiful. Today was the day for the Volcano. It was death day! Hawaii Volcanoes National Park! It really is something to see. First stop was the Volcano House - they have a lovely restaurant with a view of the active volcano - you could see the steam emitting from it. It was very cool to see. Then we did the Crater Rim Drive Tour. Went to Jaggar Museum, lots of overlooks looking at various craters, steam vents. ...