The Mall

Seeing a weed store advertised this prominently was a little jarring to me.

Not as jarring as the Wild West Shooting Range.

Oh yeah, why wouldn't I want to turn around to go back to where my friend died violently?

I took a lot of shots of the Deep Sea Adventure Lake, a name that seems to no longer hold any meaning.

And here's the World Waterpark, where I would have wanted to go if I were skinnier and there was not a pandemic.

Here's Europa Boulevard, which I remember not really being good for anything, other than the mini-golf course one floor down.

And here's the mini-golf course.

In this food court they had a "Gangnam" which served street food, but no hired goons to chase them away; not authentic

Here's a closer look at the menu. None of these are K-Iceberg worthy simply because they're not hyphenated.

Another look at the lake.

This fountain was on the way toward the skating rink.

Which we are at now.

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I hadn't seen this tepee before.

Here's the whale statue, which used to be in a much more central position.


Belive it or not, this was the destination for my very first field trip. In grade 1, my class was taken to a Taco Time at basically this location, to learn about Mexico while we were in a Mexico unit in social studies.

Oh look, another Korean restaurant.

A closer look at the menu. I can't vouch for the flavours but none of this has a particularly Korean resentation other than the bibimbap.

Next I wandered into Galaxyland, or whatever it's called now.

Here's the roller coaster that killed three people in 1986. Click for full size.

I doubt I could ever go on this ride.

These ones, sure.

I liked the style of this elevator sign that I made a point of returning to it later to take this picture.

Treaty 6

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