Tuesday, January 25, 2011

FYI


Ottawa is a really cool place!

When I lived in Montreal and in Toronto, I always thought of Ottawa as a "small town". Yes, it is our nation's capital. Yes, Ottawa holds an interesting history. We'd always go to The Rideau Canal, the Science Center, Beaver Tails, and a few must visit places whenever we had out of the country visitors. Apart from Parliament Hill and all the touristy/school trip spots to see, I had never really explored Ottawa.

One of my good friends lives in Ottawa and she lives really close to the Museum of Nature. We're headed there this afternoon with the toddlers for some fun at the museum!

Little One is having such a blast. After a long drive from the Island to Kingston, she spent the weekend with her cousins. She just loves them so, so, soooo much. Now, we're in Ottawa and she's been having a great time with my friend's toddler. We're probably going to be island-bound tomorrow...unless Hubby tells us otherwise. When I called him yesterday, he told me that the water pipes were frozen after a cold spell and we do not have any water at either farm house! Ack!  Maybe hanging out in Ottawa for a bit longer isn't a bad idea! ;)

2 comments:

Kimberly said...

Oh I love LOVE Ottawa! We were thinking of moving there after we were married but then realized how expensive it was to live there! EEKS!!

C said...

Kimberly:
I love Ottawa too! I can't believe I never knew how COOL a city Ottawa is! Love it!!

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