Courtyard By Marriott Toronto Vaughan
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... and catching his eye a ridiculous number of times. Then I thought maybe he was looking at my horrendous, unwashed hair. And then it happened...the sheepish waitress approached me and said the immortal words, The gentleman across the bar would like to buy you a drink. I honestly couldn't believe it, blushing ever so slightly, gaping a bit. And of course, my old self, my back-at-home self, was out the door, no, thank ...
... due to the lack of personal space and privacy in India. As a result, don't be surprised or offended if an Indian asks you how much you earn for a living and a host of other personal questions, all upon first meeting. What's more, you should feel free to ask these type of questions in return. Rather than causing offense, the people you are conversing with will be pleased that you've taken such an interest in them! Who knows what fascinating information you'll ...
... Mexico and Australia. Then the final nail in the coffin was the goal and puck that Cosby scored the winning goal for Canada in the 2010 Winter Olympics Vancouver. Quick look around thee shop and pick up a few souvenirs of the Hockey Hall Of Fame. Time for some food in the city with more food stalls and restaurants per capita then New York City and Boston together. St Lawrence markets is a short walk East of the HHOF. On arriving I had been told I could get a English ...
... sights and people more than made up for it! Meeting new people is always fun, seeing new places is always intriguing, learning the history, the story behind a particular artifact (ask about my favourite shop in Antigua), makes it all that much more fascinating. To walk where history has happened, not always pleasant, makes a place come alive for me.
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... have been converted to private dining rooms. There is also a large banquet hall above the banquet level.
Next I walked over to Bond St on the NE corner of Queen/Yonge. The first place I visited was Mackenzie House.
Mackenzie was the first Mayor of Toronto and ran a printing press on Front St. It was a narrow ...