Pimblett's Downtown Toronto B&B
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... to a stinking hot ac unit output. Determined to sit outside though after searching for so long for an outdoor balcony. Toms gf told us stories about the pub crawl and tom about his time as a medic in Afghanistan and old campden school stories. Visited a huge huge student bar consisting of about 7 conjoined buildings into one pub but forgetting students had left for summer, only a quarter was open. Called it a night saving ourselves for Canada ...
... the shower that sprays you with jets of water from every direction imaginable, not just from above. We also walked through the underground tunnel (a bit dank, but I think he was in financial difficulties when he constructed it. With dynamite.) to the stables and picked out a motor vehicle we wanted to be chauffeured around in.
So yes, I made a train friend. She sat next to me on the journey from Ottawa to Toronto, asked me if I thought her wine was out ...
... go. Guess what, it wasn't that easy, the Server actually had to double check our orders and yes, we had made some errors. We were quickly forgiven because they knew for some reason I was not so ready and willing to get on that snow covered, ice covered airplane! May have been the "kick it up another 5 ounces for half the price" on the wine list. Goodness gracious what would you do? I had just left all my beautiful children!
The plane is full, all are happy to be going ...
... a nice drink in the bar and went upstairs to sort out bags etc and then had a pleasant dinner in an Italian restaurant across the road from the Hotel.
Well another beautiful cloudless day ahead today we went down and found the entrance to the station and found out where and how we were to book our bags in and where to board the train, after that had a quick look around the Station and then headed out to ride the hop on hop off to the Eaton shopping ...
The Toronto Zoo is a little ways outside of downtown, but it is well worth the trip. They have various sections split up into somewhat continental groups such as the Indo-Malayan, African Savannah, Canadian, and Americas (and Tundra Trek). They had a special showing of Chinese Giant Pandas and their Eurasia Wilds section won't be open until the spring of 2014. I honestly took several hours to get through the zoo. There were plenty of animals and creatures to see and the ...
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