The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto
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We get up at 5:30am so we're on time for the flight to Toronto. All the roads in Calgary are called trails. Getting from downtown to the airport is tricky but we luck our way via some back lots to the rental drop off. A good thing we filled up the tank yesterday so one less thing to worry about. The queues through security are huge so no wonder you …
... It takes 72 minutes to complete a full circle. In that time we had a three course meal and enjoyed the sights. Unfortunately we were sat away from the window but we could stand and see the view and look over Lake Ontario and the city itself. After dinner we went to the observation decks and Emma stood on the glass floor looking down to the ground. We then watched the sun set (unfortunately behind clouds) and saw the city change from daylight to darkness.
The reason for visiting Caledon in the outskirts of Toronto was to speak at Delphinium Day yesterday (Saturday). Thankfully the sun was shining and everyone at Plant Paradise nursery was well organised and there was a small marquee (full) to keep the sun off both audience and speaker who was, of course, excellent! The perennial gardens were beautiful, well designed and ...
... STEM in classrooms Havergal employs a full time teacher who is responsible for working alongside the teachers. His role is to support teachers to plan rich theme-based topics and help "connect the dots" between the disciplines. He also works with teachers in the classroom to deliver these lessons. ICTs do play a significant role in the way Havergal implements STEM education. They are however, careful not to let the tool get in the way of the ...
... really dedicated to my solitaire guys. It's an addiction I can't control.
And then we went through customs. I filled out my customs form and went back and forth with myself over whether or not I should disclose my pocketknife. I finally ended up disclosing it five minutes before the customs officer took both the form and my passport. The guy looked so excited when he saw that I had checked the box saying I had a weapon on me, and then, as ...