I understand that the CN Tower is a major attraction for visitors to Toronto. As I expected, the entrance hall was packed with lots of people, though it was past 18:00 hours. Finally, I had to wait for nearly an hour to reach the elevator to the observation deck.
The landscape from the deck was magnificent. There was no silhouette of mountains. Such scenery couldn't be seen around my hometown. The horizon wasn't straight. I realized the roundness of the earth. To tell the truth, I don't like heights. I climbed up there to get a rough image of Toronto. Just a single day was left for me to see around. I had to determine where to visit the next day. I was going to arrange my next day's sightseeing plan.
A long and thin island caught my eye when I moved to the south side. A part of it was an airport. Middle class passenger planes were frequently landing and taking off. I also saw some piers mooring several dozen pleasure boats. It would be fun if I could wander around the island, I believed. I made up my mind to spare a half day before noon of the next day to see around the island.
Then when I went to the down elevator, I found a crazy signboard (the last picture) which said you could walk outside on the observation deck. I tried to go out, but at once got back inside. So scared!