French Hacking II – Toronto
I just got back last night from five days in Toronto. Mainly, I was there for my class to teach English, but I also was able to go to the observation booth of the CN Tower. It’s the tallest free-standing structure in the Western hemisphere. An employee said they have more than a thousand people visit the communications tower a day in the summer.
What should you do if you want to visit? Go in the morning when it’s not summer. Crowds will also be thinner on cloudier days. Just hope that the weather clears up like when I went. The cost is $32.00.
You can watch my other French language hacking videos in the links below:
French Language Hacking I – Trois-Rivières
French Language Hacking III – Montéal
French Language Hacking IV – Finale