Holiday Inn Toronto International Airport
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... him a call with a reply of a few mins away I wait outside and people watch like the Parisians pay 100% more on there bill than if inside. He rocked up we went in and sat at the bar ordering beer and food catching up while more sport than you can imagine is being played on over 10 television behind the bar. Random question from the bar maid .... ' is your name Joey? ' with multiple options going through my head I replied with a hesitant and confused ...
The parade was quite long and colourful, showing lots of Ukrainian heritage.
Some of the cars were decorated in garlands or the tablecloth type embroidery
Sitting at the Ossington drinking a Cobblestone Milk Stout. Very creamy beer. Poured right too. Another proper drinking establishment. Tunes chosen by the bar tenders tonight and just loud enough to drown out the rest of the patrons. Nice seat by the window to watch what is going on outside.
Jonnie-Lynn, the bar tender at two doors down in Halifax, recommended that I check out this area on Ossington between Dundas and Queen. I picked up a map at a bicycle shop ...
... in 3 days from the Toronto winter that WON'T end. Sort of like the childhood winters I remember from - gulp - half a century ago.
We are leaving from the scenes portrayed in the photos here, just taken five minutes ago... to a set of tropical islands straddling the equator where the wildlife are not afraid of humans (foolish in the long run). Where the Spanish named spectacular birds "boobies" because they refused to fly away, and danced ...
... of the city for a bit of peace and quiet. Arriving at the little harbour on Ward's island we made our way to Snake Island for a perfect view back over the city. After making the effort of buying food for a picnic we then managed to feed a whole loaf of bread to some incredibly acrobatic and patient seagulls who would hover for their turn before swooping in. Returning for our ferry back we came across a woman singing and playing piano in a little hut by the ...