TOWER HILL EDUCATIONAL FUND
Bank of Nova Scotia
1-3 Knutsford Blvd.
One Continent - One Child - One Mind -
One World - One Love
A Visit to Danielle's
Danielle's Garden is comprised of three interconnected areas.
The centre of the Garden has a lake with five climatic regions of
the world surrounding it, as a specially conceived concept
complementary to the Garden's theme, "The World in a
The Great Wall of China is not one wall, but several tribal walls
linked together by decrees of Emperors of China. The wall is about
3000 miles long or 1500 miles on a straight line. About half the
original wall stands today. Nearby our Great Wall sits an oriental
pavilion, well placed to provide visitors with a bit of shade on
their exploration of the gardens.
The garden is styled with a composite statue garden adjoined by
Sophia, the island on the lake, set in a romantic landscape.
A stop at The Bridge's Bar for a soft drink or a glass of Humpty
Dumpty's Red Stripe Beer before heading home is a fine way to end a visit to Danielle's Garden.
The Statue Garden has seven representative pieces in it: one
for each continent. Here, we can see the Mayan Head and
tablet. In the background is the Buddha statue, and to the right is Danielle's representation of the Great Wall of China.
Shaded forest paths lead the visitor around the
perimeter of the lake and through the garden.
A national park in Japan, at Nikko, has, as one of
its famous attractions, a red bridge. The bridge here is a stylized
version of the famous bridge.
The wishing well is a design complement to the red bridge. The well has a bucket and bell and its own
special system for wishing.
First, drop a coin through the bucket.
Next, ring the bell once.
Finally, close your eyes
and make a wish.
As you circle the grounds, and leave via the Statue Garden,
you will be reminded on your way out:
"Peace of mind is a worthy