Toronto Garden Inn
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... and the main street were beautiful homes, most decked out with lovely tasteful Christmas decorations as you can see from the photos. Just like a postcard.
We stayed at an hotel called The Prince of Wales which is an elegant and very pretty hotel complete with horses and carriages waiting outside to take tourists around town, situated on a corner right near the centre of the town Our room had a gas fireplace ...
... appreciated Dave, more than you realise. Thank you.
Next was to try and claim the tax back on purchases, as all the merchants had told us to do. However, they all neglected to invoice us on the correct form, so we'll need to mail off the reciepts on our return to Australia - should we get round to it. Before we established the requirements, had been in several queues and spoken with assorted personnel.
Found a Metro supermarket (by accident) and bought supplies for lunch. Their in-store bakery advertised that they baked 3 times a day. Walked along the harbour front and found a park with views of the CN Tower where we had lunch. It was nice in the sun and warm if you could avoid the breeze.
Tried to get to the Union Station platforms but need to have a ticket to get there. There appeared to be little train traffic ...
... cat lover.
August 16th - a day spent with the "golden girls" - Julie, Sarah, Sharon and Diane - who kindly made me an honorary golden girl. We went to another lovely National Trust property and out to dinner in the evening.
August 17th - Julie, Sarah and I visited Dorothy again and then went out for an excellent Sunday lunch. The pudding was to die for.
August 18th - picked up my second red car, drove Sarah to the local hospital for ...
... In the morning of our actual last morning Jason announced that he had a **** ton of bacon, and after some discussion we elected for Jason to cook a dish that he likes to call ‘a **** ton of bacon’. While on the subject of breakfast, where do you keep your eggs? Supermarkets in the UK, store and sell eggs alongside other baking ingredients, i.e. not refrigerated. At home, we keep ours on the worktop and also not in the fridge. The Americans see it differently and insist ...