Monday, June 8, 2015

Vacation Learning: Road Trip to Canada. (6/6+7/15)

We left Niagara Falls in the morning and spent the day in Toronto.  Above, Big sister was walking by the Hockey Hall of Fame.  We are actually not sport fans so we skipped this attraction. 

Instead, we went straight to the CN tower. The tallest free standing structure in the Western hemisphere.  Surprisingly enough, the kids were very interested in the views, glass floor, and elevator.

Above you can see three views.  They are from the indoor observation area, the glass floors, and the sky terrace.

Next, we visited Casa Loma home of the late Sir. Henry Mill Pellat. 

It was beautiful!  The kids received small phone-like devices to enter the room number and listen to an explanation. 

We checked out the gorgeous stables, and sir Pellatt's bedroom.

The view from the castle includes the CN tower. 

Finally, after a long day in Toronto, we had pizza and drove to our next destination.  The picture above was taken at the marina in Collingwood, ON.

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