Small Embassy Cache (Taylor creek Park)
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Regular cache, placed like a gift for Toronto in city/natural Park Taylor creek.
And why name “Embassy cache”? Because I’m only visitor and tourist, but one day I want to visit my small Embassy again and spend next nice time here, in beautiful country called Canada or for me Kanada...and I want to recommend You to do the same...to visit your own Cacheistan far far away. Exploring new countries is fun, isn't it?
Country, where I'm from
Czechoslovakia, -ehm-, The Czech republic is a small country in the middle of Europe, where live only football (for North Americans-soccer) players like Nedved, Rosicky, Jankulovsky and hockey players like Jagr. State with only one city, Prague (you know other one?). State, where is for breakfast, lunch and dinner beer. But really Budweiser, not American Budweiser, which is for us only lemonade for children. Region where...
(Next Uncyclopedical facts here. :D)
...are the more beautiful girls on planet Earth. State where is nice nature, big mountains (Giant mountains for example), ancient castles, chateaus, historic cities with cathedrals and one of the biggest density of caches at square kilometre in the World. It sounds good, isn’t it?
Message for Toronto cachers.
Thanks for one month between your caches in your world and especially for your kind help. I’ve really enjoyed my time in this beautiful country and city.
And why is “Embassy” here? Because I love parks of Toronto (and caches there) and this geocache is small gift from small country with really big geocacher’s community. Through this park, called Taylor creek, you can go to other caches or to beautiful Don Valley.
How get here?
Take the subway to station Main Street and there change to bus number 23. Your station is Rexleigh Drive.
Jvguva gur fghzc.
Naq vs lbh ner va gebhoyrf, Pmrpu gur tnyyrel.
- 400m to Embassy......If you see this sign, You are on good way
- New location
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum