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... while we had the loft's wifi. It appeared to be a few blocks from us in the opposite direction from the city. So we figured we would buy a metro pass, head east into the city and hopefully stumble across a second hand shop. It was time to get organised, bundle up in multiple layers and head to the dreaded 'outside'. The Loft apartment is located in the Parkdale area, which has a very Newtown sort of feel. Retro shops, funky bars and eateries. A mix of old and trendy-hippy-hipster. ...
So, first thing this morning on BT they were talking about how it is the busiest day of the year for Pearson Airport. They estimated that 140K people would go through the airport on this day alone. That should be fun for us!
I worked from home today and Bill worked 1/2 day at his office and came home in the middle of the afternoon. Thankfully he was able to do some last minute tasks like writing an email to KB & Matty to arrange ...
... Thanksgiving is approaching fast, so I felt as a food lover,
it was a mandatory experience to try at least one thanksgiving meal before I
left Canada! So on Thursday, I went with Jaqui to the Great Hall, which was reminiscent
of some dining hall in Watford where that bloke with a scar did magic and
stuff. It was an incredible place, filled to the helm with people all excitedly
waiting for a feast! First, we were introduced to a tribal ...
... showers and a creepy dude riding around on a bicycle with a beret on - not raspberry.
Ted of course checked out the travel deal as soon as were were set up. Why yes it was legit, with airfare. They were trying to fill up the charter plane and had only a few seats left. Should we park Sparky and head to a Caribbean tropical oasis on Monday? We called Neil, Sheree's brother, who has been there several times and he also said the price was unbelievable and we should go. ...
Today I went to the Royal Ontario Museum - much bigger than the Alberta one, which you would suspect, given that Toronto has been around much longer than Edmonton and has a much, much, much larger population.
Some interesting stuff. There was a special exhibit on the Forbidden City (Beijing, of course) - and, though I'd been there in 2003, I paid the extra, and wasn't disappointed ... not as ...