Pimblett's Downtown Toronto B&B
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... Canadian, all about Nandos and he ordered so much food! We didn't know whether to say hello or not, but when we left he said 'alright lad' to Phil so we said hello and it turned out he had moved to Canada. I told him he hadn't lost his accent but he said he was trying his best!! Haha. Phil also said to him 'you're never too far away from a scouser' to which he laughed!
At 5pm, we boarded the bus to Niagara Falls, which was around 2hrs. Our next place awaits!!!....
... view but very touristy - we took our pictures and left fast. We drove over to Niagara on the lake - a quaint little town full of wineries. Went to the Ravine Winery and tried the famous ice wine and had a great lunch!
We headed into Toronto for a couple day trips to explore the city. We had lunch in the distillery district which is a new trendy area full of converted warehouses into apartments, restaurants ...
... from the Islands. Personally I think the CN Tower offers half as good a view for three times the price of the ferry ride to the Islands, but I include photos of both.
Toronto is another city I liked more than I expected to. It is vast, but I found it fairly easy to navigate on foot. It is also a city I would like to return to because I believe that on this visit I only scratched the surface of what Toronto has to offer, and there's so much more to be ...
... and I'm still not a big fan department stores. Just please give everyone their own store...(though it is kind to my wallet!).
The Christmas party i was invited to by an old friend was a success in the end. I met a wide assortment of interesting people, all on different walks of life. First there was karaoke, but that got really loud, so we moved to a slightly less bursting sound cloud. Then we all talked until the morning became young and eventually parted ways on ...
We were met by Renato (the guy Ian and I hired last time we toured in Peru). He does pick ups and drop offs to the airport as well as city tours. And after living in New York for 15 years, his english is impeccable. I would highly recommend him for anyone who is going to Lima. He dropped us at our ho(s)tel and we made plans for our city tour the next day.
It was about 9am by this time and we were EXHAUSTED (both from being ...