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... paying tax on the postage stamps. If you purchase the postage stamps with the intention of leaving the shop and using them later, you pay the 13% extra. ROM The rain did not let up and we were too cold to continue walking, so we grabbed a streetcar to the Osgoode subway and took the north line to the Royal Ontario Museum. The subway is easy to work out - all you have to know is in which direction you wish to travel. One platform is north and the other is south. By ...
... of all time (probably!) dolphins!! They were
so majestic, and could have watched them for hours. The entry fee was steeper
than I expected, so being my mother’s daughter, I milked the experience for all
I was worth, taking at least three trips around to the bemusement of the staff
who found me vaguely familiar! They had Rockhopper Penguins, who were preening
themselves, diving right in front of the glass and just basically showing off.
... to. It appeared and with the first bite the bap was crispy on top and soft in the middle as the grease crispy bacon melted in my mouth, flash back to that greasy spoon back home came flooding in. My friend wasn't wrong, I'm 4500 miles from home and you can get a decent bacon bap over the pond. On leaving this small establishment. I wondered around the markets to try more local products. The smells of hams, salami and fresh meat fellowed by the smell of salt and seafood. The ...
... has been.It is funny how we tried to plan everything down to a tee. We would get a good night’s sleep, but get up early and maybe hit the gym so we would be nice and tired for our flight from Toronto to Amsterdam and sleep perfectly the whole way. Well, we haven’t done bad really. We were up early and just had a small cup of coffee, guaranteed to keep us up at least through this flight (YYG to YYZ) so maybe we will sleep through the next one. ...
... There was plenty of parking, metered mostly. We parked in a lot that was a park and we toured the park later on.
There were so many little shops, cafes, ice cream shops, some were selling gelato. We poked our head into so many shops. Love the style of clothes up here, very different, hippy like in some shops.
We decided to eat in a pub called The Angel Inn. It is an Inn as well as a pub. There were old wood beams on the ...