The Rosemont Residences
Travel Blogs from Toronto
... out to find a bar to kill a little time and to check the scores to the local sporting events. Oddly enough when they show the scores to the games they also have the point spreads attached. Something that in the states you never see, which I find would be very helpful. I find that stat to be pretty handy when you find yourself in Vegas and need to know what the line is on a game.
I found my way to ...
... woman that I met and also a couple from Birmingham. It's awful there. Niagara Falls is impressive but the area around it has been turned into a mini Vegas with big horrible casinos and it just ruins any natural beauty the place ever had.
Also went on the underground to the CN Tower. Its quite tall. Not much to say really, it's what you'd expect, nice views and stuff!
And then I flew back to the UK...
... Fair worthy, but tasty and they silenced my complaining stomach like a head slap to a disobedient step child. I'm set to deal with the next few hours, just sitting here with my kindle, laptop, Singaporean MP3 player that has become obsolete before I even used it (headphone jack is too small), and all the techno savvy necessary to hotwire a toaster. I really hope none of this stuff starts smoking.
After landing in Vancouver, ...
... its type
of music, arts, colors and rich Caribbean
culture. People all over the world come and join the event every year to watch
the amazing Caribana.
People from the Caribbean nation decided to
participate in this extravagant event along with Canada’s North American folks. The
event helps the tourism of Toronto
as well as its ...
... to this awesome video store called Queen Video, where we rented House of the Devil and the Lost Boys from some amazingly knowledgable film geeks. My kind of place.
We then went hipster-spotting in Parkdale and ended up meeting Monica for sushi (we just went to the first place with AC) and we got a humungous frigate of sushi and Salmon sushi pizza. Amazing.
On the way home on the street car, a guy overheard ...