Cottage In The City
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... the car and I met him in the lobby.
We then had some lunch and just walked around downtown Toronto and spent some time in music stores before picking up Brenda & Daisy. I got the new Robert Plant CD and the shop assistant saw me with it and asked if I had gone to the concert last night, so there is one I missed, didn't even know he was in Toronto .
We don't have a great record in being able to meet up successfully and this was ...
... as you'd expect. The bustling city to the north is contrasted by the placid Lake Ontario to the south. My favourite parts were looking down over the yachts sailing around the inner harbour and the planes flying beneath us to land at the small city airport on one of the islands just off the shore. Due to the lack of company, there was enough room to perch my GoPro on the edge of the table to record a time-lapse of the ...
... there. Grant come down and meet us and we took a look through his small flat and at the pool, gym and common room that everyone in the building has access to. It was a pretty sweet place, he was on the second floor and had views out to the main road and waterfront area which was pretty wicked. We spent the afternoon catching up and using his shower! :) We meet his flat mete Kayla, who grew up ...
Day 34: (same)
Friday, July 4
Happy Birthday, America! Sorry I won't be there for your party, but I decided to spend the day firming up my lodging for the next few weeks. Just one more slot to fill and I'm set.
Just so this won't be completely boring, I'm including a couple of shots of things that struck me as I went about my way ...
Today I visited two schools in Toronto - The Sterling Hall School and Junior Academy. The Sterling Hall (sterlinghall.com) is an independent school for boys on the outskirts of Toronto. It caters for a roll of around 300 students from Junior Kindergarten through to Grade 8. I was there to meet with their ICT coordinator to chat about how digital technologies are being implemented into their curriculum. Sterling Hall have recently introduced a Bring Your Own ...