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Our Visit to The Toronto Honda Indy

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The Honda Indy was in Toronto this past weekend. It comes to the city every year and we've always thought of going but never ventured. This year we decided to give it a go.

Speaking of Go, our trip began at the Go Station. Parking downtown Toronto can be tough and expensive enough on an average day but when an event is on, it is ten times worse. Now that kids ride free, the Go train is an easy and affordable way to get into the city and get to your event. 


We have never gone to any car racing with the kids before and we weren't sure how interested they would be or what to expect etc. and when choosing our tickets we decided to go with General Admission for these reasons. We opted for the 2 day ticket because of the value and we could spend most of the days but not all day. The great thing about the General admission is that kids 12 and under are free! If you purchase seats they require a ticket as well however. 


The kids liked the racing. We caught bits of different races and I t…

A Family Fun Summer #Daytrip

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Wasaga Beach is a doable day trip for people surrounding the city of Toronto. If you're on the north end it may only take you just over an hour depending on the traffic. It's a fun beach to visit and you can read more about that on this post here but when you want to do more then just the beach, there are a few other family activities to do too. 


Like mini golfing at Skull Island which is conveniently located right close to the strip but also has it's own private parking if you are in need of it. If you have young kids you should really give mini golfing or putting a try. It is a good pass time for the whole family and my guys really enjoy it, so much they will drive hours away just to play for 45 min! 


We did make use of our day. It wasn't quite warm enough for the usual beach activities. Back to the golf though, this was a fantastically Pirate themed course. I give a huge thumbs up to the planning department here! They utilized every bit of space perfectly in this cour…