Park Inn By Radisson, Toronto Airport West
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... remnants of snow on some roofs, particularly the metal and north facing ones.
We chose to drive through the city as the by-pass would have had us driving right into the sun. There was construction in the heart of the city for 10 miles and after we had passed through we heard on a traffic report that there had been an accident that spilled glass and shut down the highway completely. Boy were ...
... sky). Windmills can be also seen, for driving their compressed air machinery whereas kerosene and propane is used for powering other devices. They need something to keep their innards warm, as today we have had 10cm+ of snow over everything. By 3:30 we had booked ourself onto the day's last tour through a former Amish house, with a backyard and buggies. They are a fascinating bunch of people. 31,000 live here in Lancaster and that doubles every 20years. The Amish arose ...
... share a little of the grief with all the families and loved ones, mourning the lost.
Today we are truly aware of the lost men and women that lie beneath the white crosses on the vast green fields all around the world as well as everyone that might not even have gotten a grave... Soldiers and civilians.
Today, let us say, ‘Lest we forget’ and hope for a little bit more peace.
... we went to the amusement park which turned our to be rides for children only. It wasn't all that bad cause I had some fun trying to take photos of cute kids. After that we walked down to the animal farm which had all the farm animals. The highlight was when I spotted an alpaca. It was an animal I've never seen with my eyes before and finally got a chance to. The island beach was quite like Sentosa except the water was a lot ...
... exhibit was particularly interesting and it was pleasing to see our home country's animals so well displayed.
In one display an active wombat had a lot of the local kids intrigued as to what it actually was!!!
Our grand kids however knew, and also recognised the noisy Kookaburras that made sure that we were given a real 'ozzie' welcome!