Alan Gardens Bed and Breakfast
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... and I got some large silver metal hoops. Jewelry souvenir purchase CHECK.
Next, we made our way down Spadina to King Street and stopped in to Barhop. I had some crazy local beer with a long name about "rabbit's hole." (These Canadians are so nice, the bartender even let me borrow his cell phone since USAA was calling me about fraudulent charges and I couldn't call from mine.)
We walked from there back through downtown, past City Hall and a number of ...
Only few days left, and it will be time to go on vacation. This will be longest vacation since 2010, when i took 2 months of traveling before relocating to California. Now, it is another great opportunity to relax and, of course, to take great pictures and see new ...
... drove so I would have my car to get there and home. Expecting it to be dead the parking lot however was still quite busy for a weekday afternoon.
The main floor is a giant L-shaped exhibition hall with various themes. It was reminiscent ...
... also ended up getting a $30 refund from the bus company so it ended up only costing us $1.50 to get to Canada!
When we had finally made it to Toronto we were very excited to go to Bacon Nation where we met Sam's mum, grandpa and brother. We had an awesome brunch there before heading to Midland to stay at Sam's grandpa's. Once there we also caught up with his uncle Pete & aunt Mary.
We spent the first two days just ...
... for a number of reasons. First off, we didn’t realize until a week before arriving in Germany that the World Cup was going on and Germany had a top team. We ended up having a blast watching the games and celebrating with football-crazed Germans when they won the tournament. As we wrote earlier, we had so much of a social life ...