Posted Tuesday, March 18, 2014 8:44 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Developers say they expect a new Greater Toronto Area theme park designed to offer summer 365 days a year will be up and running by the fall of 2016. The 9,300-square-metre attraction will offer sandy beaches, wave pools, cabanas, restaurants, lazy rivers, vendors and live entertainment.
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The 9,300-square-metre attraction will offer sandy beaches
If Mayor Ford visits, I'd be skeptical that it's sand on those beaches.
They need a section dedicated to the band Rush, since that's where they're from! Red Barchetta race cars, YYZ flying coaster, a food court named Xanadu so you can dine on honey dew, and drink the milk of paradise!
Maybe they'll get around to it in 2112. They are, after all, working men.
Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."
That would be such a fly by night idea. Maybe under different circumstances, or in other hemispheres, but unless there was some distant early warning that it was my mission, I wouldn't leave my subdivision to go there.
They should build it closer to the heart of the city.
I predict this idea will fall out of the limelight shortly. It just sounds like too many mixed signals. Plus, $60 million is rather big money.
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