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... We had to head off early though and leg it to the Hart House theatre to watch ‘The Importance of Being Ernest.’ It was a great play, with wonderfully British accents, I was quite impressed! It’s basically a comedy about two men eating muffins and cucumber sandwiches who both pretend to be called Ernest, just for the bant and the ladies. Chaos ensues. Watch it, it’s definitely worth the hype, especially if you like Downton Abbey! For ...
... so I figure I must
have either got lost, or Little Italy’s just another neighbourhood with a fancy
name to make the other neighbourhoods jealous. In summary, do your research and
don’t go to free art exhibitions unless you understand art.
Sunday: For the churchgoers among you, I went to Grace Church Toronto, which turned out to be a Presbyterian Church! They basically loved to plan everything out, which is pretty different ...
... than looking at the falls themselves! Lots of fun. We stopped at Timmy's for Ice Capps before heading to a park to enjoy them and plan Saturday - we're thinking a trip to Niagra Falls. Even though the conference is organising a day outing to Niagra on the Tuesday after camp, neither Ash or Beth will be able to make it due to work, so I might end up going twice.
We came home and sat on the couch and ...
... s Sandwich we were ready to board.
Except for pouring half a coffee down my chest while organizing my passport, boarding went fine. Even have an empty seat beside me!
Once were in the air I brought a box of chocolates to the back for the flight attendants. It's a long flight and they work do hard; it is nice to treat them. Before long they brought me a nice toiletry kit and several came by to thank me. First glass of wine came about an hour into the trip ...
We decided it was time to layer up and get out in the cold (5'C) and explore the city. I'm glad we did! Canadians are much nicer than Americans! Very obliging and happy to help. Also, they just want to chat when they figure out you're from Australia. Ottawa is a lovely city, happy people, lots of space, beautiful old buildings and a relaxed atmosphere. We walked ...