Skipping Stones At Toronto Center Island
Laidback weekends in Toronto couldn't get better than this, with incredible sunny weather and good friends we decided to skip some stones on the Toronto Islands.
Laidback in Toronto, enjoying the gorgeous weather during the summer months. I bundled a bunch of pictures and videos I took this summer and wrapped them into this blog post.
The Scrambler is a staple to all amusement parks, fairs, street festivals and carnivals. Now the scrambler is one of my favorite rides, I always need to go on one whenever I see them, no matter how ridiculous the ticket amount may be.
This ride can be awkward on a date, but there are romantic elements to it. The reason I say it may be awkward is because the heavier person has to go on the end, because the force or some physics term/ theory manages to pull the person on the right into the person on the left.
That is why the recommend the heavier person goes on the outside, so that the heavier person doesn’t squish the smaller person. So beware! I warned you! However, once you got that awkward part sorted out and the ride begins the romance starts.
However, if you want the ultimate romantic scrambler experience, I say start off by taking a trip to Centreville.
Know just getting to Centreville is romantic because you get to see the beautiful skyline. Anyways Centreville will have its own post so I’ll refrain from giving you a history about it.
Now the scrambler ride at Centreville is not visible. Unlike other scrambler rides, this one is not placed outside. Rather it is this barn like structure which adds that extra romantic element.
Some of the highlights this summer were: Toronto Centre Island, Japanese Language Classes in Toronto, Red Lobster Seafood Restaurant, Milestones @ Dundas Square, Birthdays @ Guvernment Nightclub & Courthouse and Other crazy random nights.