The Centennial fountain in Queens Square is truly a work of art and a thing of beauty. Paid for by the Gore Insurance Company, the shape of the fountain is of the Canada Centennial symbol: the stylized Maple Leaf used exclusively for the year long event. Jets of water shoot straight up from each of the leaves.
For the longest time, we hunted for a new place that we would enjoy, but failed miserably to find that special spot. The eggs were not right, or the meat was overdone. The potatoes tasted like they had been boiled, or there was too much seasoning applied. And the coffee! Sheesh, most of the time, it tasted like it may have been siphoned directly out of the janitor's mop water bucket! I mean, if you are paying for breakfast food, it better be worth the money!