Arise N Shine Toronto B&B
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... going on in the main square. As the town was quite small, the event took it over a bit so we couldn't see too much of it. We did have lunch though (not the best though) and a nice cream (much better) before browsing the car boot in the town square and hopping back on the bus.
The final stop was at the Big Apple Pie Factory that proved quite an interesting rest stop. They made apple pies, bread and crumbles along with other fruit ...
... from other passengers and a lot of indifferent employees that I successfully run to my gate 10 minutes before the plane leaves! I immediately text Julie to know where she's at but unfortunately it's impossible for her to make it. I try to hold the plane while talking to a very helpful flight attendant, but the flight is full and Julie didn't make it on the list of passengers. So, snif snif, I make it back to Montreal by myself. Signed by Julie ...
... that the US seems to create in large numbers.
Better than anything in Australia, though ... as you might expect!
A nice enough display of the development of Anglo-French fashion in furniture from the Middle Ages through to the 1920s (with Art Nouveau and other stuff that you'd like, Jen ... but it was impossible to photograph as it was behind plexiglass for the most part, and badly ...
I thought we were done at the end but the museum continued on and had another section. It was actually quite big and because of the crowds very tiring.
We had the first prenatal session. I loved the process and what I learned. Juan david had given us his car in the morning so we used it. In the evening we had been invited to eric&taraneh's 'we hot hitched' event, which we could go. Regrettably as there was tons of free ...