Holiday Inn Toronto International Airport
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... outside' I said to Ray let's go in here and ask someone for help. We walked into a building and I asked the man behind the desk how we could get to the shops underground. He asked me if I wanted the path and I said uncertainly that I did want to know the path to the shops underground. He pointed around the corner from his desk and said go down those stairs and you will be on the path. I felt like Dorothy looking for the yellow brick road, but I just happily nodded and thanked him. ...
... br> restaurant on Bloor Street West, with a classic schnitzel (beautiful word, I
The following day, we decided to check out my church, Knox
Presbyterian. Dad was entranced by the beautiful choir. As part of our cultural
food exchange, in which Mum and Dad treated me to quality Chinese food and
fancy Spanish tapas, I reciprocated by introducing them to Subway. We then headed off for a little theatrical education, ...
... also involved a lot of kava consumption and socializing. When I drank kava, the result was that I loved everyone and everything. It made me very happy! So, kava, to me, represents community and love, which also happen to be key elements of our acting community. We found this fitting, in so many ways, for our house of creativity.
Welcome to Casa de Kava, house of community and love.
... around the city instead of taking the metro. We got to see so much more of the city this way, even for myself who had previously been to Montreal more than once! I absolutely love Montreal and all it's quirks, and once again this beautiful French speaking city with North American aspiration did not let me down. Our first day was spent at park Mont Royal where we went to see the "tam-tams" - a festival of drummers and dancers held in the park held each Sunday during ...
Toronto has every kind of food you can imagine and plenty you can't. This is superb if you are decisive and have an open budget, not so great when you're an indecisive hungry tired couple.
We'd heard lovely things about Kensington market, Chinatown and the ...