Every year at the end of summer break just before the school opens the exhibitions place at downtown Toronto will held its largest exhibition of the year CNE. This exhibition has been going on since 1879 till now.
What it looks like back in those days.
We went to CNE 2015 and this time we went again for the 2nd time this time without hubby since its weekdays and hubby is working. I love to go in weekdays, less crowds.
We arrive early in the morning.
The kids tried some of this "money pit" games *sigh* before we went and watch some of the shows. I call this money pit because it just suck your money. And leave you wishing to play more untill you win some worthless stuff toys. Arrrghhhh
Then we went on the kids area where all kids games, kids shows and performances are held.
Marsha and bear meet and greet. Madiha really enjoyed seing this.
Then there is this splash and boots. I am not sure if they are famous elsewhere but they appear in treehouse kid program that is aired in Canada. Kids love their show. Madiha watch them sometimes. She loves this lifeshow and to my suprise went on and jump up and down with the rest of the kids fan.
We had lunch and play some rides.
Some of the shows we watched are African Dance in the International Pavillion. Very entertaining.
Figure skating and acrobatic shows. This is my first time watching life ice skating shows. Jakun jap.
The exhibition area is big enough that they provide free taxi trem for people to go from one area to the other and honestly one day is not enough to cover everything they have to offer.
Kids on the trem.
Apart from shows. There are exhibitions. We watch sand sculpture, butter sculpture and hay sculpture by various artist.
There is lots of north american food to try at this food bazaar. Most of them is indmstant type and unhealthy. Typical American style food.
We had so much fun and wish we have more time to see more of the thing this festival has to offer not to mention wishing we can watch 2 shows at once.
However this festival still is worth every penny covering the entrance fee for 19cad and free for kids. Wow.
Big smile for CNE.
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