After making our way back into the safety of the CN Tower, we were given a DVD of our walk, as well as two printed pictures each. The three of us then met up with Elizabeth’s terrified family who had watched the whole thing from even further up the Tower. We then took advantage of our CN Tower passes and explored the Tower for a bit, however we quickly discovered that the view from behind the glass isn’t nearly as exciting as the one from outside on the platform.
After lunch at the CN Tower, we all wandered across the street to the Steam Whistle Brewery. For $10 each, we received a guided tour of the brewery and a souvenir pint glass. Little did we know that the tour also included a substantial amount of beer for tour-attendee consumption . It’s a good thing we ate lunch first.
The aquarium is expansive and there’s a fairly clear route through the entire facility. The beginning of the exhibit areas starts off with marine life from Canadian waters, before going into coral reefs, the Ray Bay and Planet Jellies. But our favourite part was the Dangerous Lagoon where we stood on a moving sidewalk and slowly made our way through the tunnel of the lagoon, surrounded by an enormous aquarium.
We ended off the day out by going out for a tasty dinner with Elizabeth’s extended family (+ Janet) for dinner at an Italian restaurant downtown.
In case you missed it, here is the link to our first blog post about this trip:
A Week in Toronto (Part I)
And here are the rest of the posts from our trip:
Niagara Falls Saturday
A Week in Toronto (Part III)
Finally, here are some more pictures from our day of EdgeWalking, Brewerying, and Aquariuming: