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... in was super sweet and told me that I can now check in at the prestige area from now on and if Bill is really, really nice to me, he can also check in with me there too! So, now who has the travel perks for once!? OK, so I don't get amazing deals on flights, hotels and excursions, but hey, it's something!
We had some delicious burgers at True Burger and then thoroughly enjoyed the lounge. They had mini iPads for ordering food, wine, ...
... caught the boat out there and had a nice walk along the shoreline. It's amazing to think that Lake Ontario is the smallest of the Great Lakes but the lake seems like a sea as you can't see where it ends. It was a short stop in Toronto, just for Niagara, so it's off to the airport again tomorrow and we're off to Vancouver. Think we've got internet in our room at the next hotel so that'll stop us having to sit in the lobby to update the ...
Last day in Toronto, I set off to look around the St. Lawrence Market and the city's shoreline.
All but the southern-most block or two is separated from the rest of the city by the Gardiner Expressway. I wasn't far from some of the shoreline parks but I noticed a significant minority of the other pedestrians turning left towards the shore - perhaps to a park I hadn't spotted on the map. It turned out to be the ferry terminal ...
... that today was a better day to stay inside, so went to the hockey hall of fame instead. This was in part tribute to the notion we had back in England that we were most definitely going to an ice hockey match - only to find out on our arrival that the season had already finished! Being the suckers we are for merchandise we were drawn to the gift shop before even locating the entrance to the exhibit and thus totally excited and Joe ...
Sitting at the Ossington drinking a Cobblestone Milk Stout. Very creamy beer. Poured right too. Another proper drinking establishment. Tunes chosen by the bar tenders tonight and just loud enough to drown out the rest of the patrons. Nice seat by the window to watch what is going on outside.
Jonnie-Lynn, the bar tender at two doors down in Halifax, recommended that I check out this area on Ossington between Dundas and Queen. I picked up a map at a bicycle shop ...
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