Jarvis House Bed And Breakfast Inn Downtown Toronto
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... than looking at the falls themselves! Lots of fun. We stopped at Timmy's for Ice Capps before heading to a park to enjoy them and plan Saturday - we're thinking a trip to Niagra Falls. Even though the conference is organising a day outing to Niagra on the Tuesday after camp, neither Ash or Beth will be able to make it due to work, so I might end up going twice.
We came home and sat on the couch and ...
... centre with a revolving restaurant deck half way up. Booked in for lunch the following day. Met up with josh and his old school mate tom lindlar and his gf who used to work for josh on his bar crawl coincidentally back at earls bar on king street. Sipped on cheap margaritas out of teddy bear shaped glasses then hunted out a dinner spot with a view. Everywhere full ended up on a balcony overlooking a street just 3 metres above the ...
The post Christmas week was filled with various miscellaneous activities like shopping, figuring out what to do next with my trip, going to the movies.
The day before New Year's eve i went skiing with the F's at Caledon. I had a great time! It had been more than 10 years ago since i had done this, so the first time down the hill i was so kindly guided down slowly and put at ease. After that it only got better and better. The lifties slowed down the lifts for you if you ...
... at, we all agreed this was the one. The relief for the other boys was huge, they had been looking for a place for the last few weeks – one had been to about 13 different places looking for somewhere to live. I have to say – someone was definitely looking out for me with this.. My plan was pretty shocking (essentially walking the streets and checking if buildings had open rooms, problematic in itself, but more so ...