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A block or so further and we came to the New City Hall (again, that's what all the signs say). The pretty pool to the left is used for ice skating in the winter, and the platform behind it (just visible) is often the site of free concerts. The circular building is very open and airy inside, and houses many of the usual offices that people often need to visit in their City Halls, such as permits, taxes, ...
... and we head off to the airport.
Arrive with plenty of time to spare, no que, I start to stab randomly at the self checkin screen in the vain hope it would spit out a boarding pass.. we had already paid Ca$50 online for our cases, I did not want them to catch sight of the , now 15Kg back pack, CJ was making me carry.
Air Canada man comes up all helpfull and smiles, I could tell he was thinking... here comes another clutz.. Apparently all you have ...
First time flying with SATA (Azorean Airlines) and not off to a stellar start. We arrived at Pearson nice and early after a good quick meal at Zet's Express on Derry Rd. Donna's sister Jan & her Mom joined us for the drive and dinner, as Jan is being kind enough to keep our car back at her place outside Guelph to save us some $$$. They dropped us off and away they went.
... of the European persecution days. The baddies had shining gold buttons. Men must grow beards after they marry but are forbidden to have moustaches. Whereas the woman never cut their hair, which is worn in a bun, and they are not allowed to wear jewellery of any kind. Amish women and girls wear bonnets, long full dresses with capes over the shoulders, shawls, and black shoes and stockings. The most fascinating things about all their clothing is they are fastened with PINS - ...
... s paradise with trendy chefs coming out of the woodwork (can you say Momofuko?). Incredible civic buildings are everywhere, thanks to the British. And while it's also a skyscraper-filled, financial hub, it's got an accessible, chill vibe and a comfortable neighborhood feel.
Of the two Canadian cities I have now seen, they sparkle. Vancouver and Toronto are loaded with high-rise apartments made of glass, that seem to turn ...
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