Jarvis House Bed And Breakfast Inn Downtown Toronto
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... his style but this time it was more appropriate. We were not permitted to take photos. The marble stairs showed signs of considerable wear from the foot traffic over many years.
Located a building called the "Flat Iron" building - triangular shaped like the one of the same name in New York. There is a lot of restoration work on the old buildings as well as some new construction. Toronto has quite a blend of old and new but seems to be ...
... food hall. It was pretty busy. We look around at the various things to eat before making our choices. I get vietnamese food, the boys go for giant sandwiches and Jyoti tries the nachos in a bag. Needless to say we were full when lunch was done. We opted for the lunch time pass which meant that when we exited at 1.30pm we got our money back. Yay - CNE for free.
We make a coffee pitt stop at Starbucks and drop off some groceries we bought back at ...
... later, there were only two left.
Ella came down to my room in the basement holding the jar. 'Look Aunty Priscilla!' She was very excited at the thought of having photos with the butterfly. 'Why don't I get a butter knife to get the twig out of the jar so we can hold it? You stay here and watch to make sure he doesn't fly away, and I'll go get it quick!' Perfect photo opportunity as the butterfly's wings ...
... Canada Day (July 1).
While most of the houses in Toronto make use of the locally produced red clay bricks, there are some which use white stone. These narrow blocks of very expensive row houses have identical black doors, brass numerals and kick plates, and a general air of quiet wealth. I'm sure that I've seen streets like them in every movie about London made in the past 30 years.
Howard and Margaret's older daughter, ...
... is served and I'm asked if I would like pasta or chicken. I say pasta thinking spaghetti in sauce but receive noodles with meat. I ask for my complementary wine that every airline I've been on serves. However, not Air Canada they charge $12.00 for a plastic glass of wine. I’m considering looking for another airline to get home on as this is the worst experience I’ve had flying in ever. I cannot wait to ...