CN Tower

Once Again we took the subway into town.

 We went to the CN Tower which is the tallest second tallest free standing structure in the world.
Lake Ontario

Part of Toronto.  You can see part of the main city, but not all.

Standing on the glass floor looking down at my feet.
This is the view of the Jay's baseball diamond from our seats that we had a couple of weeks ago.
This is the view of the Jay's baseball diamond from the CN Tower.  It made our seats not seem so bad after all.
There was a celebration going on celebrating the National Parks of Canada being 100 years old.  Trivia note of interest - They have the oldest national park.  There were a bunch of people dressed up as though they lived 100 years ago, complete with a band dressed as old fashioned soldiers.  The band was playing a marching tune and walking down the walkway.  Warrick saw them and sprang into action running and wailing, "The British are coming!  The British are coming!"  Glenn and I fought the urge to turn and walk the other way.  I don't think that phrase is as appreciated here as it is in America.


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