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... I passed the US consulate (not expecting acts of aggression anytime soon), the Toronto City .gov building (which got destroyed in resident evil 2) and then many castle looking buildings at University of Toronto.
Finally back to Bloor and finally to Victoria University. I noticed the sign on the building full of new condos next to my dorm said "model suite now available. Starting at 2.1 million." Makes me think I'm getting a pretty good deal here, as ...
... the streets down there--go figure!
Well my next entry supposedly, if I actually follow the "timeline" I've set myself, occurs next Saturday morning at the airport in Toronto (here's hoping Facebook doesn't have another shut down at 4 am and that you'll enjoy reading my exciting Toronto Pearson Airport post with your morning coffee!)
*2fer==2 for 1 ...
... really relaxed me. When I asked for a second they brought me an even better vintage from business class! And almonds!!
Lunch was chicken and wine. Very good. Got a bit tipsy but I will sleep fine later. Watched 12 Years A slave and it made me tear up...but that might have been the wine.
About half way through the flight they brought cup o noodles and a ham sandwich. Oh and Johnny Walker. More napping ensues.
Twelve and a half hours after taking ...
... the challenge. However, they had to reschedule the in person interview with the VP making me suspect the position had been filled.
Finally a small company where my friend worked had a posting so I sent my resume not knowing the first thing about the company. My friend messaged me the VP from Calgary is there tomorrow and to come in at 11am.
So I came not knowing what ...
... it to the last minute. We also had to buy a suitcase to stow it all into. Province: Ontario We went back the quick way (up the highway) so we could see as much of Toronto as we could before checking into our hotel and dropping the SUV back. On the edge of the city there is a park running along the edge of the lake and plenty of little yachts. The town itself we found to be ...