TL 40th anniversary 2011 iPad

TL 40th anniversary 2011 iPad

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We're 1,815 feet, five and a half inches, which is about 181 stories. And just to compare that, a huge office tower might be 80 stories. So we're more than a couple of times that. CN stands for Canadian National, which was the railroad that originally built the tower 33 years The CN tower is Canada's tower. Reason it was built was because of all the tall skyscrapers in downtown Toronto were blocking radio and television frequency signals and so the notion was to make the tower a telecommunications building and that evolved into a great tourist attraction. We were designated as one of the seven wonders of in the modern world. We're in the same league as the Panama Canal, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Empire State Building, just to name a few. So what a great family excursion this is. Great adventure. And we have simulated rides and we have a movie that the kids would like to see. We have a great arcade. All kinds of things for kids to do. Spend a couple of hours here-- One level above is 360 which is a revolving restaurant you are referring to. That's our more upscale dining venue if you will here. That takes about 72 minutes to go around and seats about 400 people. We have a great wine cellar here. It just got blessed by the Guinness Book of Records two years ago as the world's highest wine cellar. We have 9,000 bottles. 550 labels, and we really focus on [UNKNOWN] wines. One-level down is another observation gallery, and that does have a class floor, and that's been there now for about 11 years, and it's our single biggest feature here at the tower. And when the kids come, In the summertime, it's jammed. And they jump on it and I dare you to do it. We're more than just an observation gallery. There's terrific dining. There's terrific rides. It's fantastic for families and it's a terrific value. [MUSIC]
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