The Rosemont Residences
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We left Toronto about 8:35 a.m. today. We arrived in St. John's shortly after 1:00 p.m., rented our van and proceeded to Leaside Manor to check into our beautiful room where we will have a stay of 3 nights. After a bit of unpacking and organization, we met with Shirley and ...
... Italian feel except for some street musicians.
It was a nice community event for families and locals to enjoy but I wouldn't call it a ...
Nearby across the road was the Islington Church, another Victorian heritage site with many stained glass windows.
... to have some lunch and shop at the Eaton Shopping Centre. Eaton shopping centre is the biggest shopping centre in Toronto and you can shop for hours. I ended up eating a hotdog with bacon bits, tomato and mustard sauce, also a small bowl of chips and drink for lunch. A quick goodby to my lunch buddies and we all went on our separate ways to shop. I decided it would be safe for me not to shop as I said before I have too much already to bring home, but ...
... though, leaning over the edge of the platform from the 500ft structure, secured by a harness and line. Toronto has a great vibrancy with a compact city feel. The underground city was a complete surprise - basements of tower blocks all linked together by underground passage ways, malls, subway stations and cafés. Thankfully Huw was navigating in this underground maze - my navigation skills are not too bad (no comment please Andi Parsons!) but to navigate ...