Howard Johnson Hotel Downtown Toronto - Yorkville
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My brief visit to Canada (for now) was just for 2 days ... around the Niagara Falls, Toronto and the Great Lakes region.
I kind of don't think I need to see much of Canada on this trip ... simply because I think it is much like a mix between New Zealand (and the Queen), France and the USA ... all of which I have now seen quite a bit of.
... time is not going to be wasted.After every lecture...there's always at least one person in the class who tells me how great they think Larry is and I completely agree! Lovely enough? Oh no...you should experience his sense of humour. Some weeks before he told us that his daughter had this conversation with him when she was 6:
"Dad, can I live with you forever?
-Dad, how long is forever?
... lose this weight hiking up some mountain.
After saying a sad goodbye to Karnan and Steve, we packed, and sent away another package to New Zealand. That night we were going back to Subash’s cousin place for the night, before catching the bus back to NYC the next day. We talked to Kala aunty and Karunakaran uncle for a while after packing. I was going to miss them. Both of them had welcomed us into their home and they accommodated us to our every wish, ...
... Paris Bercy arena. I have practised my conversational French, but I may be entirely too addled by sleep deprivation and culture shock to understand anything ... except of course *be still my heart* Broooooce. NB this may be the only travel blog that comes with a full-on concert review ...
Also on the musical front, I indulged myself a nifty little "stereo" set-up, an impressive-sounding pair of travel speakers I can plug into my iPod. (The bottoms of the speakers ...
... though, it was still raining, and didn't really make for very nice walking conditions. We found the area known as Kensington Market (probably a great place to wander around when it's dry) which is streets and streets of markets, we found a cafe and took shelter for our lunch.
At 3.30 we found our way on the trams and metros to the Royal Ontario Museum, which is free on a Wednesday afternoon between 3.30 and 5.30. There was a David Hockney exhibition ...