Ambassador Inn Downtown Toronto Bed and Breakfast
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... little home much quicker but still took an hour. We made up our bed and unwound from the day a bit before falling asleep again. Another amazing day!
Friday, September 5, 2014
Down day. We found out that tickets to the TIFF movies are $240 for 10! That's $24 a ticket....for a movie?! They were much cheaper in New Zealand. Well that's not going to happen. Ted has 6 projects to check out here in the area and some work to finish for his Europe trip for ASU this ...
... in Colombia. Someone just came into their house one day and shot them
“Did they tell you that themselves?”
“No, a friend of a friend told me. It’s true. The people down there are
all lawless Indians. There’s no law. Killing people for drugs and taking drugs.
The whole thing is drugs.”
“Yes,” his wife butted in, “they just have no limits. ...
A block or so further and we came to the New City Hall (again, that's what all the signs say). The pretty pool to the left is used for ice skating in the winter, and the platform behind it (just visible) is often the site of free concerts. The circular building is very open and airy inside, and houses many of the usual offices that people often need to visit in their City Halls, such as permits, taxes, ...
... a rebellion if it hadn't been working on this flight as well. We started off watching Labor Day, while eating dinner. Heather and I started to watch Robocop together but I soon fell asleep. I slept on and off for a good six hours or so. I was then awake enough to watch a few more movies. I finished watching Robocop, The Grand Budapest Hotel, and the first 3/4 of Winters Tale. Heather watched Jobs, Planes and a lot of Big Bang Theory after Robocop. ...
... fat and a man but the waffles were pretty delicious .They were fresh cooked in front of you and safe to say they were up there with the best Louise and I had ever tried. Steve had his piled with about 3 bananas, a punnet of strawberries and a can of whip - not to mention the chocolate sauce and maple syrup to top it off!
Fun fact of the day- Apparently $1 coin in Canada is called a 'loonie' and a $2 coin is a ...