Monday, July 4, 2011

Canada Day

I usually stay at home on Canada Day (July 1st), but this year a group of friends and I were interested in the Guinness World Record layer cake challenge at a festival that was held at Harbourfront Centre.

The cake in the afternoon

We took the public transit to Harbourfront and noticed that there were a lot of people out on Canada day in downtown Toronto. Some of the information booths at Harbourfront were giving away free Canada flag pins and paper flags, so we grabbed a few of those. After checking out the cake's progress, we walked around the area for a few hours.

Later in the day we went back to see the cake. Some of it was sprawled on the floor while the rest of it was being given out for free. We grabbed a small piece of the cake and ate a bit of it. It didn't taste good: there was no taste!

We were curious as to whether they broke a record or not. According to an article on the festival's website, they did.

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