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NO VISAS to Canada for Poles in the near future


z_darius 14 | 3,968  
15 Nov 2008 /  #61
I am not. Support your argument and I will get off your case.

Too much to write. I still hoped until last year, when I vowed - never again will I visit that... ahem... place, except to go to the airport. Listen to CBC Radio 1. You'll see what I mean.

how can you explain the fact that I can see the city lights all the way to Buffallo????

I'll try.
You're on LSD? Or on a plane? or on top of CN Tower? Or you are sever hundred meters tall?

Otherwise you can't see downtown Buffalo (the only area with buildings tall enough to bee seen from afar) lights when standing in any spot in downtown Toronto. The distance of 100km of straight line of sight will place Buffalo below the line of horizon. Heck, you can't see Buffalo from St. Catharines, ON or even Lewiston, NY. I'm pretty sure you can't see it from any of the Grand Island bridges.

Besides Toronto has many interesting places too see which are not in any guide books. Little pockets of really interesting things for every tourist.

Sounds like my backyard.

AGO has just been reopened.

I finished a cute little shed in the backyard. Just last week :)

Do you have any idea what the prices are for hiring a private plane with a pilot (just an estimate, I don't need exact figures) and how many tourists can travel by such planes?

I only know what it costs for aerial photography. 8 hours costs $1200.
Krzysztof 2 | 973  
16 Nov 2008 /  #62
I only know what it costs for aerial photography. 8 hours costs $1200.

Thanks.

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