Pimblett's Downtown Toronto B&B
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... or a six pack my heart wen six pack. Sitting Downing trying a few local brews before a local tour of the brewery. Which means beer + pretzel = man heaven (Oktoberfest) but in Toronto. 2 pm came by with a young enthusiastic voice " calling all the lovely people joining me on the 2 pm come join me at the bottom of the starts." Walking over to the bottom of the starts we got ushered up the stairs for tickets checked like an Eastern European county's ...
Last day in Toronto, I set off to look around the St. Lawrence Market and the city's shoreline.
All but the southern-most block or two is separated from the rest of the city by the Gardiner Expressway. I wasn't far from some of the shoreline parks but I noticed a significant minority of the other pedestrians turning left towards the shore - perhaps to a park I hadn't spotted on the map. It turned out to be the ferry terminal ...
... But we did see 4 home runs, some amazing catches, slides in to base and the fastest field rakers in the league. We also got extortionately over-priced beer, sang along to 'Take me out to the ball game' and clapped along with the crowd, even if we had to double check after why! After almost three and a half hours we were in the final innings with a possible come back on the cards but a Baltimore catch saw the end of that and the game ...
... at Australian customs. Unfortunately for Kirk, Australia has a restriction of 50 grams of cigarettes allowed per person. As a result Kirk was forced to surrender more than half of the 2 cartons he had purchased at the Duty Free shop in Toronto (see Kirk Facebook page for his full rant on this subject).
But after 3 flights, over 28 hours, 1 weather delay, a malfunctioning deplaning ramp and the great cigarette confiscation we finally arrived in Sydney!
Today I remained in Toronto and headed off to Black Creek Pioneer Village, which is partly original buildings from the 1800's and partly buildings that were moved here or which have been reconstructed.
The usual sort of thing, but on an original site that still has the farmhouse of the original homesteaders ... the early, rough, log cabin (converted to a Pig run) and the later (about 10 years or so) two storey house in a much more prosperous style.
The usual ...