Four Mile Creek Campground
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... we would make an effort to return to. While there have been many places we have enjoyed, we have explored those places quite well whereas Toronto feels like unfinished business. We are not sure when but we hope one day to return and see more of Toronto.
Afterword. When I refer to Toronto and Montréal as Canada's largest and second largest cities, I am speaking in terms of population, meaning they have the most people squashed into relatively small spaces. ...
... only €0.50 over the guesstimated quote given to us by the concierge at the hotel, which was great. Our flights were only delayed by a handful of minutes each time. Fears of snow or a storm in Toronto were unfounded, as was all the stress I felt about going through security owing to my last few trips through (and all the "random" searches I seemed to incur at every turn.) Our first flight, only half ...
... the people gathering for the flight. It included Palestinian families and Orthodox Jews, the men in the dark garb and big hats and the women in long dresses and berets. Another sign of the destination: Dinner took a while to arrive because special ordered meals on a plane get delivered individually first, and there were of course tons of kosher meals to be served.
I must ...
... s cheese and balsamic glaze
Tower of lobster and shrimp
Grilled skate on a tomato and spinach risotto (selected from a tray of the fish caught that day and described by the hilarious chubby Portuguese waiter)
Chocolate casing of mixed berries and cream
All with nice wine white (sorry for lack of details!) wine.
Amuse-bouche for God's sake!
We walked back in the lovely cool evening, talking about all sorts, and I went to ...