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This empty walkway it turns out took us right out to the Rogers Centre and CN Tower and new Aquarium.
The CN Tower is incredibly impressive, from the bottom, it's very tall and erm... very tall.
We couldn't tell you more than that however as it's shut for winter ,at $36 each we probably wouldn't have more to tell in summer as we don't have that kind of ...
... a little sweet and filling but not too sweet or filling. When it was time to go back to the counter, we found Eva Airlines (which of course was at the far end opposite where we headed), but we stood in the wrong line. We had business class tickets, but the sign said Royal Laurel and we didn't know that was the same as business class. No matter, we were through rather easily and far quicker than the Economy Class line.
... again some time.
Next we walked through the Ghostly Pines scare zone on the way to some more mazes. Here characters walked the streets and scared anyone passing by. It was dark and there were a lot of people so often you didnt know there was a zombie or vampire near you until the were right in front of you or there was a bunch of screaming and running people in front.
We went to the Terror of London maze, which was old English Saloon, Jack the Ripper Style. You ...
... keen to attend TIFF we bit the bullet and bought 2 tickets for the 3.15pm session of A Wolf at the Door. Done. YAY!!!! We were going to TIFF. Excited to finally have tickets in our hot little hands we took several cheesy pictures of ourselves smiling in front of TIFF signs with those golden tickets in our hands. Now...what to do???..our plans for the day had been entirely hijacked...we needed to regroup and develop a new plan. We pulled out the guide book and started cheking off what ...
... taxi driver out. The previous incident was back in Greensboro. I went out to Buffalo Wild Wings (my favourite eatery in the USA so far) with my housemates and a friend and afterwards we were all standing outside chatting when an old bloke came up and asked us how much we’d charge to help him move his car. I offered to help him for free (what’s with people always offering money in exchange for simple human decency?). Anyway his car was parked on a hill, between the ...
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