Kids Day in Toronto

Posted by Phil on Oct 27, 2007 in Phil's Thoughts |

Trip to TorontoFriday, September 26 was a PA Day for the kids, so I took the day off and we explored Toronto.

It all started off by Cindy dropping us off at the Bradford GO station. The kids had wanted to ride the train for years, so this was our day. This was perhaps the highlight of the day, as both Kendra and Javen got a tremendous kick out of watching a fellow passenger try to sleep.  He kept falling asleep and banging his head and the kids thought that was really funny.

Once we got to Toronto, we wandered around for a little while. That was fun since the kids got a chance to ride on baby elephants.

Then it was time for Dad’s time, so we went to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Kendra and Javen pretended to be TSN personnel. Phil played a broadcaster. Javen tried out the Goalie machine.  He put on the equipment and had Mark Messier and Wayne Gretzky fire pucks at him. Javen was the smallest kid to try it, but he stopped all 5 shots! Good going, Jav.

Then we had lunch at an underground McDonald’s and headed out for some geocaching. We picked up 2 of them including 1 by the Rogers Centre.

Cindy joined us for a bit of shopping at the Eaton’s Centre and then we rode the subway back up to the Yorkdale Mall.

Everbody had a good time and be sure to check out our Photo Album for the Pictures.


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