Pimblett's Downtown Toronto B&B
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... that we are all flying out of terminal 1 and hoped that we could connect to catch up. So, they found us and we share some wine and stories of our travels. They have already been to Nepal and India, and hearing their stories made me more excited for our trip! It was so great seeing them, it had been almost 2 years. Where does the time go?
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... about art. I was kind of hoping that
my pea brain could just appreciate pretty pictures on a basic level. And I did!
There were beautiful pictures of the Canadian landscape, so lifelike that you
felt you could almost reach in and touch them! There was everything, from African
to European! There were some more modern exhibitions, with video footage from
Afghanistan of kids playing, and there were some just downright wacky
Thursday, September 4
This morning we woke and packed to leave with the main intention of getting a Tim Horton breakfast and then head to our camping spot in the Indian Line Campground on the outskirts of Toronto where we can have water and power and hot showers without moving everything out of the shower. We found our first objective just around the corner-Tim Horton's. They are everywhere in Canada. More popular than even Starbucks. We went in for some breakfast. Sheree ...
... to us - but some amazing stats to impress anyone, and lots of interactive stuff; you could be a commentator filming your voice over a recorded game, be a net minder as actual pucks flew out the wall at you, try to score a goal against a virtual goalie, sit in genuine stadium stands, watch a 3D movie incorporating a story line and a breakdown of the sports most famous moves and even have your photo taken with the Stanley Cup. By the ...
... of Montreal's Rue St. Catherine. Within too blocks I have a choice of shopping at just about any ultra luxury brand you can imagine. So you can imagine my happiness at finding Gorilla glue at an art store closer to UT's campus on Bloor St. Need to fix a bit of my boot that got torn loose in the Tablelands.
And to think it would be possible to for a chic to buy a $2k pair of shoes 5 minutes from where I'm at that wouldn't last 50 steps off trail in ...