House on McGill
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... and anything I could find was either way too big or way too small or way too expensive (reduced from $650 to $350?). So, home we get, and in the door (bonus - however Ray does now call me "The Keymaster" because he is unable to get that key to work for him). It's warm and we cast off our shoes from our sore feet. A hot cup of tea and some food to fill our bellies and by 4pm I'm up that spiral staircase and in bed for the night! Words to note: Toilet = washroom Supermarket = grocery store Shop = ...
... about their basketball.
My parents, as archetypal tourists, also decided to embark
on the bus tour. I then met them and headed over to St Lawrence Market, with its vast array of very tasty food, through
the artic temperatures of Toronto in February. After an epic quest, akin to the
Lord of the Rings, we finally made it back to our beloved Chinese restaurant.
Soon, the end of the week was upon us. After Mum and ...
... sight of a chilli.
Friday- After a luxurious lie-in, I went to Toronto Film Festival!
I’d booked to see Robert Downey Jr. in the Judge, about a lawyer and his
father, at Roy Thompson Hall. It was weird to think Mr Downey Jr was chilling
on the red carpet just the night before! After perfecting the British
speciality of queuing, I entered a fancy hall, an even posher version of the Rex!
It was a great film, and I can actually say ...
... on that sunny Saturday afternoon I found myself super excited to be back and to be able to rediscover Toronto and show Jules around. We had been invited to have dinner at Jacqueline's on our first evening there, a girl we had met during our tour of Egypt. She was an unbelievably good hostess and made the most delicious dinner of bbq ribs and salads and took us out on Ossington for drinks. We had a great night with her. Day two was time for me to catch up with a ...
... proceedings through the airport. My Dad was heading out to his office in Winnipeg, so he stayed with us until we had to go through security to the international gates.
After saying our goodbyes, Alyssa and I headed to our gate. Now, my Dad and I are suckers for crazy planes, so the chance to fly on the new A380 jumbo jet was quite exciting for me. The closest my Dad had gotten was seeing it from the domestic side of the terminal when it was parked at the ...