A first experience. I flew a plane, well, with a little help! And the weather was just perfect to be up in the clouds… Continue reading “Canadian Flight Experience “
Niagara SkyWheel is a 175-foot (53.3 m) tall Ferris wheel in the middle of Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
While spring was arriving, we were fortunate enough to be in Niagara Falls. Although we had been there many times before, seeing the daffodils was very special and on top of that, the weather was incredible.
With the short lived time to experience daffodils, especially in such a wonderful place, this was an extra treat in addition to an already fantastic wonder of the world.
Dazzling daffodils on display with the bridge from Niagara to Buffalo in the distance with the American Falls to the right.
Just a short video from a balcony showing the awe and magnificence of these wonderful falls.
The Pier 6 building is the oldest structure on Toronto’s Central Waterfront. Continue reading “The Pier 6 Building”
Steer exposes imaginary inner worlds through a fusion of biology and technology. Continue reading “Steer”
The temperature was set to plummet to a pretty severe -35 on Mt Tremblant, however, there were a couple of activities that needed to be done before bedtime…
In the midst of this extreme cold weather, we came across this little sweet hut… Continue reading “Maple taffy on snow!”
Taking the ski lift up to the village was great, the kids absolutely loved it. Arriving in the village you are welcomed by the hustle and bustle of skiers everywhere, adorning vibrant outfits, people of all ages and all abilities, and the fact that Mt Tremblant was dressed in stunning snow just made the whole place more spectacular. Continue reading “Skiing on Mt Tremblant “
Without this service, it would be painful, might be healthy and good exercise walking up and down, but very painful..
This is by far the snowiest village I have taken a stroll through…the kids asked for snow, they got snow, lots of it… Continue reading “A stroll through snowy Mt Tremblant village, Quebec”