Centennial Residence & Conference Center
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... see a theme here?). It looked quite beat up and grungy from the outside. There were still bullet holes on the entrance of the church from the civil war (that happened 20 years ago), so that was a bit unsettling! The inside was (surprisingly) extremely beautiful, there was amazing stained glass and neat architecture. It ended up being my favourite church out of the many that we visited! After that we visited another market, but that trip did not last ...
... section and inside they had the glass floor. The first in the world. It was pretty cool. We sat down for photos then went back up to see the sun almost gone. Murray's uncle Ian planned a meal for us at an old friends restaurant so we caught a taxi and went to the Cadillac Lounge. The food was great. We shared buffalo wings I will miss so bad and Murray had pulled pork and I had the ribs. We left there stuffed and ...
... us and has lunch ready. The house has been extended up and some of the rooms have been extended so it is spacious inside. Uncle has a high tech entertainment system set up and a multi purpose smart tv is installed on the wall. We enjoy some roast chicken and salad while we catch up. Selena entertains us with her coos and wows us with her cries when she gets fussy. Manish sits on the couch trying to work while we get to know his little one.
As the afternoon passes the ...
... game of football then ensued, giving joe lots of opportunity to judge their child care style. We stopped back off in Kensington market to pick up some food and came away with a massive bag of chicken (didn't realise how much you get for 5lbs!) lots of fruit and a few beers. We'd heard about a park on the other side of town, on king and church, showing a screening of the Lego movie - a film we both really wanted to see and had just given to my dad ...
... challenge in front of me, I really couldn't resist. A few searches through our favorite hotel chains uncovered the Springhill Suites Toronto Vaughan. A sparkling new hotel, I loved the photos. The pool in particular looked like a hidden grotto and even boasted a water feature! Totally not what I was expecting in a Category 4 hotel. Best of all, I had a Category 1-4 certificate just waiting to be redeemed for a free night.
The next morning, we took off ...